Have you ever noticed how certain women always seem to look good, even when they are wearing the simplest of outfits? There's something about their look that catches the eye, without the aid of designer fashion or the help of a stylist. There's no big secret to what they have done. It's quite simple, really. They have mastered the art of accessorizing.
So, the next time you look in your wardrobe and sigh at the drab and basic outfits you have to choose from, remember that you can accessorize too. You can elevate the way you look in some very simple ways, no matter your budget. However, there are some rules you need to follow to make this work.

What you choose to wear when you’re invited to a job interview says a lot about your personality. Most recruiters –  even though they try not to make any harsh judgment – build their impression of you in a few seconds. In fact, most of them already have a positive or negative opinion even before you start to speak. Your outfit, consequently, can be the nudge in the positive direction you need if you want to impress your future employer. Most companies share their workwear policies either on their website or directly during the early stage of the interview process. In doubt, experts recommend choosing a safe and neutral option, such as a pair of tailored pants with an elegant blazer and a blouse.

However, when you’re invited to a job in the fashion industry, you need to forget everything you know about interview wear and show off your style – not too much! Indeed, a fashion recruiter will be expecting something a little more palatable than the traditional dull office skirt suit. However, be careful to tailor your outfit to the kind of role you’re applying to. For instance, if you are interviewed for a role as a social media expert for a fashion magazine, you need to keep your trendy items low key and showcase more of your practical side. If you’ve seen a job as an entry-level fashion writer, recruiters expect a creative outfit and a good eye for details, but they don’t want you to dress up like Meryl Streep in the Devil Wears Prada either. Confusing? You bet it is! So how do you get it right? The best way to impress is to put some thoughts into your outfit. Here are the 8 golden rules to nail your interview fashion style.


When you go through something terrible in your life it can be very easy to allow it to consume your thoughts and take over your feelings. You want to get back on track right away but it isn’t always that easy. No matter what your situation is, there will always be a way to approach your recovery in a healthy way, that doesn’t put your wellbeing at risk. After going through a trauma it can be a long road to recovery, but if you have the right mindset you will soon be able to live your life to the fullest again. Here are so ideas on how you can start to move on and feel better about yourself right now.