The Oversized Blazer
Double the lapels = double the polish. This layered look conveys a confident sense of style and makes you look totally put-together.
The Sculptural Top
Comfort begets confidence. Our ponte fabric will look structured and polished; meanwhile, its stretch will keep you feeling snug and breathing easy. You got this!
The Merino Wool Jacket
Zoom interview? We got you. This outfit is full stretch and softness, but all that translates on camera is the elegant turtleneck and sophisticated sweater lapels.
The Sweater Dress
A Power Casual dress is an easy one-and-done, not-trying-too-hard option. A fashion-forward style in a classic neutral stripe strikes the balance of standing out while also playing it safe.
The Classic Button-Down
A crisp button-down is an excellent choice when you’re not familiar with the dress code of the company you’re interviewing for. Pair it with sleek stretchy pants and comfortable flats for a complete look you’ll keep coming back to once you get the job.
The Knit Suit
With a knit suit, you get the best of both worlds: the stretch and comfort of a full-body sweater, plus the sharp look of a classic, tailored ensemble.
The Built-in Accessory
The silk Darcy top features a versatile tie that you can style in a knot, a bow, or loose—it’s like a built-in accessory. Just add a pair of comfortable jeans, and some elegant earrings if you’re feeling ambitious.
The Comfortable Blazer
The jeans-plus-elevated-top look works beautifully with blazers, too. For interviews in more formal industries, try the Yiyan blazer over the (machine-washable) silk Vicky tank. Bonus: The Yiyan features stretchy knit inserts in the seams, so it’s way more comfortable than your average blazer.
The Cashmere Sweater
Even if you’re interviewing for a company with a casual dress code, you should make sure your interview outfit is polished. The cashmere McKenzie sweater has a relaxed vibe, but its sleek shape and luxe texture will make you look put-together.