THE COVETEUR: HOW TO DRESS FOR AN INTERVIEW23.11.14
Habitually offering a glimpse inside some of the world's most glamorous homes, wardrobes and beauty kits, premier lifestyle destination, The Coveteur, has an encyclopaedic knowledge of all things impossibly-chic, and a little black book of contributors which reads like the ultimate who's who of the worlds of celebrity and fashion. To that end, we tapped the expert knowledge of the site's founder and Editor-In-Chief, Stephanie Mark, alongside the site's creative team, who here advise on how to dress for an interview. As you can imagine, each tip is utterly indispensable, read on to discover them all.
Stephanie Mark, Editor In Chief
How would you describe your sense of style?
My style is definitely casual chic. Since we are always travelling, sporty items that you can dress up or down are always a go-to for me. I also rely on standout items like shoes and coats to complete my look.
Which AW14 trends are you currently sporting?
Midiskirts, the sporty-chic look and plenty of knits.
Which wardrobe staple can't you live without during the colder months?
What's the best piece of style advice you've been given?
If you are not comfortable in it, don't wear it!
The Creative TeamWhat inspired your styling of the Reiss AW14 collection? Interview outfits. When selecting interview outfit items, what were your main considerations? Interview outfits can be tricky. You want to come off as put together and stylish but not overly dressed or show up in anything that is too loud. On the other hand, you want your outfit to show a bit of your personality, so something basic and boring isn't always the way to go either. We looked for pieces that were on trend but not overwhelming and that let the individual speak for themselves. Pictured above: the Cyan navy tuxedo blazer, the Sierra floral jumpsuit