The Fashion Team Share What They Wore To Their SL Interviews
The Fashion Team Share What They Wore To Their SL Interviews

The Fashion Team Share What They Wore To Their SL Interviews

Interview dressing can be daunting. Need some inspiration? We asked the fashion team to talk us through the outfits that landed them their jobs at SheerLuxe…

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Sapna Rao

Junior Fashion & Beauty Writer

Few things work better in an interview than a great suit – but that doesn't mean it has to be boring or corporate. Matching separates make getting dressed simple – plus, they’re a blank canvas for adding your own flair and personality. I opted for a ribbed tank and lots of gold jewellery. I also wore trainers, though loafers like these would be a slightly smarter alternative.

Florence Eyres

Junior Shopping Editor

My interview took place this time last year, so I was dressing for transitional weather. I chose a knitted dress and knee-high boots as this combination always makes me feel comfortable, smart and polished. I completed the look with a wool blazer and an understated bag. I also wore my everyday jewellery, so it all felt true to who I am.

Amrit Mann

Fashion Assistant

Mine was a Zoom interview – and they are still a thing in today's world. It was really important for me to showcase a smarter upper-half so I opted this sleek high-neck jumper with a cropped blazer and a simple pair of hoops. While it can be easy not to bother with the bottom half, I wore silky black trousers to ensure I felt put together.

Elaine Lloyd-Jones

Senior Fashion & Shopping Editor

I’d advise choosing something that feels like your personal style while also being really considerate of brands. The right balance between high street, high end and lesser-known names shows a breadth of brand knowledge, which is essential in this job. Also, ensure each piece has a modern edge to it, whether that's barrel-style trousers, squiggly hoops, masculine tailoring or a slightly chunkier loafer.

Emma Bigger

Fashion Editor & Broadcaster

Choosing an outfit for an interview in the fashion industry is a tricky thing to get right. Trend led and smart don’t always go hand in hand, so I opted for strong staple pieces that felt polished but still with a bit of edge. That included a full leather skirt and statement gold jewellery. Whatever industry you are in, I would suggest going for strong silhouettes and well-cut pieces in quality fabrics.

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