Australian Women’s Weekly NZ - - FASHION NEWS -

I have a few job in­ter­views com­ing up and I’m stuck on what to wear. They are all of­fice jobs but in quite funky work­places so the staff don’t nec­es­sar­ily wear tra­di­tional cor­po­rate at­tire. I am a larger girl, which makes it more dif­fi­cult to know what would look best. I want to look smart and pro­fes­sional, but also show I have my own flair. You can’t go wrong with a pen­cil or A-line skirt and tai­lored pants for any work­day oc­ca­sion, so this is a good piece to start with. Make sure you go up a size if the item is too tight as com­fort is im­por­tant when you’re sit­ting down for a chunk of your day. Get the skirt or pants tai­lored if nec­es­sary so the fit is right. A blazer or jacket is a key piece too and some­thing you can mix and match with the rest of your wardrobe. Again, go up a size and get it tai­lored to fit your curves. You can then add flair or per­son­al­ity with a blouse or shirt and your ac­ces­sories. A fun print or de­sign cer­tainly shows your in­di­vid­ual aes­thetic. Ac­ces­sories are a great way to add a funky el­e­ment, so ex­press your­self with state­ment jew­ellery, a scarf, your shoes and hand­bag, even your glasses, if you wear them. All the best with your in­ter­views!

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