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The BOSS guide

What to wear to an interview

First impressions count - and nowhere more so than in a job interview. With recent research suggesting that employers may make up their minds about you just seconds after you meet for the first time, the importance of dressing the part cannot be over-estimated. Get your interview outfit right, and you will not only look good - you'll feel like the best version of yourself and perform to the best of your ability in the interview setting. So, from impeccable tailored looks for a corporate environment, to more fashion-driven suiting for modern employers, below we reveal the interview outfits that will make you stand out for all the right reasons.

For a corporate look

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Tailoring that means business

Wearing a sharply tailored suit is a no-brainer, but if you want to stand out from other candidates, you'll need to think about every element of your look. Opt for a perfectly cut BOSS suit in a classic color like navy, but don't forget your coat - as you'll no doubt be wearing it when you arrive at the interview. A classic like a trench, in a complementary yet contrasting shade, is the perfect choice when you want to make a strong first impression.

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A look that means business

Finding a suit that makes you feel like a superwoman should be your first objective when looking for an interview outfit. Explore the BOSS Womenswear selection of perfectly tailored jackets, trousers and skirts to find the interview look that will ensure you step into the room with confidence and poise.

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