The Hipster’s Guide To Dressing For A Job Interview

Posted July 26, 2013, by Julia Watters

Hipster fashion is more than just that - it's a subculture, it's a personal brand, it's a political statement and a way of life. 

Your ironic tees might be 'who you are', but there's nothing ironic about landing the perfect job. So if you feel inauthentic and strange dressing like your typical smart casual office drone, check out how you can maintain your hipster image while still being professional in a job interview setting. 

The Hipster\'s Guide To Dressing For A Job Interview

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Julia Watters

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