Dresses to help you at your next interview


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Sharing details on dresses to help you at your next interview. Dresses were gifted to me courtesy of Maggy London).

When it comes to interviewing for the job, confidence is key. Once of the most important things to remember is this: you only have one chance to make a good first impression so make it count. That being said, I believe it is better to be overdressed than under when it comes to interviews. That is why this week I am sharing dresses to help you at your next interview and feel confident.

Margo Midi dress 

If you want to feel like a duchess, this is the dress for you! The short sleeves and midi length make it an excellent dress to wear at interviews. If you are petite, you can get this dress in regular sizing as long as you size down. For example, I am a size 2P in dresses so I got my margo midi dress in regular size 0.


Gracie full skirt dress

If you are someone who does not to show off your arms, this is the dress for you! The lining in the front gives it is fun, feminine flair to it. The fabric is also super sturdy which makes it the perfect dress for winter interviews.


Diane pleated dress

Make a statement in floral prints. If you are bold, chose a floral or plaid patterned dress that help you leave a lasting impression at your next interview. This dress is one of my personal favorites because of the skirt. It flows so nicely as you want in it. You can see the motion of this dress from one of my holiday posts.


Cherie shirt dress 

A dress that stands the test of time! I love the pattern on this particular cherie shirt dress because it gives the illusion of extra height (super important for petite women).


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Timeless Optimist is a petite fashion, beauty & lifestyle blog by Cristina Medina. This page focuses on creative storytelling, photography and positivity.

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