14 August, 2017
Interview Jewellery To Express
We understand that interviews can be nerve-wrecking. From preparing for the interview, gathering documents, the butterflies in the tummy, you have a lot going on. One very important aspect about interviews, is that first impressions are very important. Right from the first look your interviewer gets of you, she has already started analysing you.
You want to dress your best, to make a good impression and an important part of this, is in the way you accessorise your outfit. Take a look at some of our favourite jewellery pieces to wear during an important interview.
Myriad Bangles Round
During your interview, you want to keep your jewellery simple, yet eye catching. With this set of bangles, worn with a plain outfit, it is the perfect way to create a good first impression.
Light Me Up Pearl & Crystal Drop Long Chain Pendant
This incredibly modern and elegant pendant is the perfect accessory for an interview. Pair it with a dark top and watch it stand out and create a smart workplace look for you.
Crystal Ball Sweater Necklace Long
This neck piece compliments almost all outfits and can easily be worn to an interview for a classy yet subtle statement.
Crystalise Pentagon Top Earrings
These pentagon shaped earrings are a good way to accessorise before that all important interview. Wear it with a crisp shirt and a skirt or a self coloured kurta and churi pants.
Contentment Ring Blue And Black
If you love statement jewellery and can’t do without it, this ring is perfect for you. Flaunt your exclusive style with this Egyptian Fashion inspired ring which has been embellished with enamel and a dazzling centre crystal to glam up the entire look. It has the sassiness of self expression yet is simple enough for an interview.
When accessorising for an interview, always remember to wear pieces that show you are an assertive person who knows what she wants, but is open to ideas.
Keep it smart, mature and try to be subtle. Less is more when wearing jewellery for an interview and avoid plastic and cheap looking accessories.