Hello there, ladies and gents.
I am after some advice regarding dress code for a job interview I have on Monday. It's been so long since I took off a spew-stained top and wore professional attire, that I feel completely clueless.
I am going for a job in the human welfare sector. It is a non-government agency and I will be an "employment and training officer" supporting youth at risk of disengaging from high school. I want to look professional of course, but also approachable. I don't want to alienate families by looking too corporate, if that makes sense.
I was originally wearing dark suit pants, black shoes and bought a black & creamed patterned blouse/top with cap-sleeves for my interview. It has a modest neckline and no buttons. I just did a bit of a catwalk show in front of my DP, and he thinks I should wear a buttoned up shirt to look more formal. Now I am totally in two minds about what I am wearing.
I live in North QLD and the weather is quite hot and I don't want to feel sweaty and uncomfortable when I get nervous during my interview. And as I have mentioned before, I don't want to look too corporate.
What should I wear? What would you wear? And could someone attend my interview for me? I am so nervous I could