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Résumés are sent out and then, you get the call. Your dream-job company wants to meet with you. High fives all around — quickly followed by panic. What are you going to wear? For those of us who work in creative industries, it can be especially challenging to put together the perfect interview outfit. Granted, an impeccably tailored suit is classic (and a wardrobe necessity), but there's a lot more freedom in what to wear to an interview these days. You want to put your best foot forward by looking perfectly pulled together — not boring or stuffy.
What's appropriate for an interview really does vary depending on your industry, but for the most part, you want to shoot for something that is polished, professional, and shows off a bit of your personal style. If you want to move in a more fashion-forward direction, you can forego the basic, dark-colored suit and inject a bit of curvy-girl style into your look. Here are eight outfit ideas sure to help you land the job.