Choosing what to wear to a job interview can prove tricky. You want to make the right impression, but you also don’t want to blend in with all of the other candidates. What you wear is very important because it will be the first and last impression the hiring manager will have of you as you walk in, and then out of the room.
Work makes up a huge portion of our lives, so it makes sense to do something you love. Finding your dream job isn’t always that easy, however, and the job market is competitive. So what's the best way to stand out to prospective employers? Whether you’re a recent graduate or a seasoned employee looking for your next career move, here are five pro tips to help you apply to, and land, your dream job.
Aggressive fashion - Those were the words Mary Sue used to describe her vision for the Ashbury Skies website. My heart started beating and shouting YES! Here is the thing- safe, tasteful, fashion is beautiful and it serves a roll in a complete wardrobe. But it’s not what makes your heart beat. Bold, standout fashion- that gets us excited. We had both worked for major retailers and have made lasting connections that helped us make our vision a reality- a collection that keeps fashion fun. If you’d like safe & practical, go to a department store or some other mega online retailer. If you want to smile every time you open your closet doors, then AshburySkies is your new favorite spot online.
Even if you’re a natural ‘plain Jane’, dressing up for an interview is a must. You know what they say: ‘first impressions count’. When we’re speaking of interviews, the impression you leave is not only determined by your skills and experience, it is also largely determined by your appearance, your professionalism and whether or not you’re a culture fit. These points can easily be ticked off with a ten out of ten by simply choosing the right outfit.
Craig Green’s style mixes workwear influences and futuristic volumes, sculpted silhouettes and functional aspects. Strong content is teamed with a highly emotion-charged mise en scene that is always spectacular. Thanks to these distinguishing features, Craig Green has gained an enthusiastic clientele that includes the most prestigious boutiques and department stores around the world. Exploring the concepts of uniform and utility, his fashion shows have become an eagerly awaited cult happening on the menswear calendar. In Florence, this London-born designer presented his Spring/Summer 2019 collection with an event at Pitti Immagine Uomo on the evening of Thursday 14 June.
This new M1992 path represents a moment of transition, a conscious, mature direction. Dorian Stefano Tarantini, a creative, enthusiastic soul, constantly on the go is here to tell us more. He has given life to one of the most promising brands on the contemporary fashion scene that initially originated as a video-art project. What emerges from this is a complex, talented creative system as well the concept that everything is possible… such as flying a helicopter… don’t you think so? Dorian gave an interview to Pitti Uomo what we can expect from the brand at the exhibition.
Interview with Carmine Sansaro, Master Tailor of Sartoria Sansaro Rome
Interview with Anthony Fouque from Agilea - Expert in Supply Chain Management
Old world charm with a modern flare, 3RD AND NEVINS WATCHES - where old time Brooklyn, NY meets the modern world.
Habitus is the project built through the collaboration of four tailors’ skills and ideas. They work together, cutting and sewing bespoke garments, in a workshop placed in the very heart of Rome. I went to see their workshop in Rome last week and met the whole team. Bernardo La Guardia gave me an interview about the way they work.
If you are a fashion professional, we would love to learn your opinion about men’s style and your experience in this direction. Whether you are a classic gentleman that knows the principles of timeless elegance and style or you are a tailor, a stylist, a manager or just a man with style, we will be happy to feature you in our site! Please send us a photo, answer some or all of the questions below and send them to us at email@example.com
Kings Gentlemen is a custom clothier, offering many different custom clothing styles to choose from in suits, jackets, pants, shirts, and overcoats. Lawrence Kiely is a master clothier and owner of the business. Read an interview with Lawrence about men's clothing and style.
Henry Poole are delighted to be featured in Yoshimi Hasegawa’s new book Bespoke Style: Glimpse into the World of British Craftsmanship. The book has gone into great detail on the history of men’s style as well as tailors, shoemakers, shirt & accessory houses and luxury services. Yoshimi talks about Henry Poole’s past and present and interviews some of the Directors.
The Roanoke Valley in southwest Virginia is an area adjacent to and including the Roanoke River between the Blue Ridge Mountains to the east and the Appalachian Plateau to the west. The valley includes much of Roanoke County, and two independent cities; Roanoke City and Salem.
The previous week we presented you Milan Fashion Campus as one of the great places in Europe to receive quality fashion design education. Today, we continue our presentation with an interview with MFC's director - Angelo Russica.
We asked Davide Rotondi - the Representative of Rotondi Group SRL - to tell us more about their products in order to help young fashion designers and brands to learn more about the garment pressing.
Today, we are going to present you Seth Schafer - part of Christopher Schafer Clothier (Baltimore, MD, USA).
Men’s suits are one of the most important formal basic wear in any men’s wardrobe. Every man should have at least one suit. However, there are times when one needs to be officially attired like attending a formal occasion or a job interview which cannot be done without a proper suit. So it is important to know the basics in the making of a suit to make it look best on you.
Today, we are going to present you Thomas Mahon - head cutter and director of bespoke atelier English Cut, established in January 1995.
Our closets are windows into our internal selves - an interview with Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner about our inside out connection with clothing
Today we are going to present you Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner (Dr. B) - a psychologist who analyzes dress behaviors + trends. She runs her wardrobe consulting business, InsideOut, and specializes in the treatment of mood, anxiety, substance and eating disorders. She works with popular media outlets, including radio, print, and television, offering information to improve wellness.
Pure in its pursuit of escape and athleticism, surf subculture inspired a bold direction for Y-3 Spring/Summer 2015. Shown once again during Paris Men’s Fashion Week at the Couvent des Cordeliers on Sunday, June 29, 2014, the collection explored an energetic fusion of surf and punk
'Men's look should reflect their strength and self confidence' - interview with the menswear designer Francis Yoshua Maitrella Aguilar Sanchez
Today we're going to present you Francis Yoshua Maitrella Aguilar Sanchez from Mexico. She is one of the contestants in Men's style international fashion design project.
Ewa Jankowska has graduated clothing and jewelry design in 2014. Her graduation jewellry collection, titled “Bind runes”, was inspired by talismans and Scandinavian magic and theirs evolution into modern Scandinavian society.
Ewa joined the Men’s Style project and she gave us a short interview.
Today we're going to present you Kamila Ferens from Poland. She is one of the contestants in Men's style international fashion design project.
Today we are going to present you Mohamed Moamen 'Mido' - one of the contestants in Men's style international fashion design project.
Mohamed is a young fashion designer from Egypt, living and studding in Poland at ViaModa industrial university.
Today we're going to present you Kristos Avraam from Cyprus. He is one of the contestants in Men's style international fashion design project.
Kristos Avraam was born in June 1979 in Nicosia, Cyprus. He graduated from the Fashion Design Department of the Frederick Institute of Technology (Nicosia) in 2000.
Today we're going to present you Vincenzo Iadicicco from Italy. He is one of the contestants in Men's style international fashion design project.
Today we're going to present you Kinga Luks from Poland - one of the contestants in Men's style international fashion design project.
Today we'll take a look at some advices for the outfit which can help men to be appointed to the job of their dreams.
A proper look during a job interview is an important part of the employing process. Next tips may be of interest to those men in quest of a job - recent graduates, professionals seeking for a better job or promotion.
Halle Berry is on her second cover for Interview Magazine Germany - she's gone full on 70's vintage glam for the occasion. The 46 years old actress is serving up glam, retro and vintage looks for the November 2012 Issue. She is rocking platform heels and a sexy blue blouse and shades for inside the issue.
The actress from "Vampire Diaries" Nina Dobrev will be the cover girl for the October issue of Seventeen Magazine. The born in Bulgaria beauty gave an interview for the magazine and made a photo shoot, showing some fall essentials like sweaters and scarves.
In the interview for the magazine she talks about her new project and the relationship with her colleague Ian Somerhalder.
Volvo Moscow Fashion Week was opened on Wednesday with the demonstration of a new collection by the Russian fashion designer Valentin Yudashkin.
Yudashkin said that while working on his collection he was inspired by “the expressiveness of rock music”, which materialized in hard silhouettes and a rich color gamut. The collection has already been presented at Paris Fashion Week.
- Can Sudarshan Kriya be practiced at home?
Yes! one can practice Sudarshan Kriya at home . Practicing it daily relaxes the mind and body.Some of the very commonly experienced benefits of Sudarshan Kriya are increased levels of energy, more focus, calm state of mind.
One of the hairstyles that conquered the catwalk this season is the one side, messy bun hairstyle.
This hairstyle is repeated in all of the fashion capitals in recent months. For best results use styling products for hair, which will sleek even the most rebellious hair. Try to sleek and fold the hair tightly and tie it in a bun or a ponytail. The vision is very suitable for hot summer days, and it is very easy to make.
Gucci designer Frida Giannini cited flame-haired songstress Florence Welch as the inspiration for her sexy fall collection, which opened fashion week in Milan on Wednesday.
The fashion show began with a bold palette of emerald green, fuchsia, purple, teal and rust, colors that only a strong, and confident woman would wear.
In a world of globalization where any successful clothing design is quickly copied and mass marketed, designers like those starring in New York Fashion Week want that little extra wow to make their mark.
Or, in the case of Prabal Gurung on Saturday, a lot of extra wow. As the first days of the Autumn-Winter 2011 collections got underway at the Lincoln Center in Manhattan, Gurung, who was born in Singapore and raised in Nepal...
Love is in the air, but you should book your getaway for Valentine’s Day earlier, because you don’t want to spend the holiday in the local restaurant. The online travel advisor Cheapflights.com helps couples to choose a romantic destination, which meets their requirements.
1. Viceroy Anguilla in the British Antilles – its modern architecture speaks luxury and is gives way only to the surrounding exotic scenery and two white-sand beaches.
On Tuesday and Wednesday January 11th and 12th, New York will welcome the latest fabric collections at Première Vision Preview New York and creative textile designs at Direction by Indigo. For the second time, the two shows will be held concurrently at the Metropolitan Pavilion and Altman Building, allowing U.S. designers and buyers to discover the newest fabric developments and surface designs, addressed to their needs, for the Spring / Summer 2012 season.
There was hardly any skin shown and just a little experimentation, but Pakistani designers still managed to set the ramp on fire with their highly wearable clothes that gathered the traditional with the Western at the country's well known fashion week.
The week will feature 24 distinct designers who will showcase creations from their Spring/Summer 2011 pret-a-porter collections
Babes and bras will be abound at this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, and some of the models are already practicing their struts down the runway in preparation of the highly anticipated holiday event.
A collection of VS models including Karolina Kurkova, Jessica Stam, Alessandra Ambrosio and Adriana Lima attended the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Preview in New York yesterday.
Swarovski will bring their unique sparkle to the collections of 13 designers during Fashion Week in London, New York and Paris next month.
The company continues to support both internationally recognized and emerging designers for Spring/Summer 2011 Fashion Weeks.
Swarovski has collaborated with leading designers to produce iconic moments in Fashion history for more than 10 years. Such designers have included Christopher Kane and Alexander McQueen.
Dresses made by nylon bags were presented from children on an Eco fashion show.
The ladies were escorted by Pom-Bear.
More than 300 children from 7 schools took a part in the Traditional Child Party yesterday. The master of the house was the 85-th Primary school "Otets Paisii".
In an eccentric and exciting review show in Hilton hotel, the Bulgarian "Triumph Inspiration Award" 2009 finalist was chosen.
The designer's creation "Day and night" of the winner Iskren Lozanov has been inspired by 20th century art genius Pablo Picasso. Iskren Lozanov is a 3rd year bachelor in the National Arts Academy (NAA).
He won a six-week training in "El"-magazine, Bulgaria, and a unique opportunity to present our country in the final of "Triumph Inspiration Award" 2009 world, which will take place in september in Milano.
For fourth time “Roca” gathered its partners, architects, contractors, business and political elite and friends, united in “Roca club”. Among the invited showed up the names of Prof. Gredi Assa, Prof. Chavdar Popov, Prof. Emil Konstantinov, Silvia Vasileva – vice-premier Nikolai Vasilev’s wife, Milena Milotinova, the actress Janet Ivanova, baroness Mariana Gendovich, Yavor Tcakov, Dimitar Tconev, Dimitar Schumnaliev and tens of representatives of massmedia. The attendants enjoyed the colourful collection and the lovely performance of the jazz – folk duo Stoyan Yankoulov and Elitca Todorova.
Like every girl that is going to be sixteen years old soon, Marina is smiling and playful, she makes jokes and retorts on jokes. Together with that she can easily change the subject of conversation - from Picasso and Rembrandt to Lev Tolstoi and "Anna Karenina" (her favourite novel and female character).
Good symptoms of quality change were noticed on the last edition of Forum Bulgarian Fashion with an honorable chairman Ivan Chalakov and face Emilia Kushvalieva. At the end of March the International exhibition center was again a host of the National fashion review. In their prognoses for the spring-summer fashion a considerable part of Bulgarian masters of sewing and fashion staked on variety, freshness and sporty practical components.