Are there specific dresses that are appropriate to wear to an interview? We checked out a variety of sources to determine just that!
An A-line dress is a great silhouette for an interview. It fits nicely from shoulders to hips and then has a slight fare. Be sure to pick out a dress with a bit of sleeve and a skirt that hits at the knee or only slightly above the knee.
Choose a dress that comes with a loose jacket; this way, you look tailored but not as conservative as wearing a suit. If you choose the right color and pattern combination, this is a winner for interviewing.
A midi-length dress is a safe choice as they often hit about 2" below the knee (sometimes longer). With this dress, you'll be adequately conservative for an interview.
Sheath dresses are fitted with straight lines. They're nipped in at the waist but don't show visible seams. They are perfect to wear with a blazer and are both elegant and conservative enough for interviews