With the weather forecast predicting highs of over 30 degrees Celsius tomorrow, Ireland could be about to experience the second hottest day ever since a reading at 33.3 degrees was recorded in Kilkenny in 1887. If you must travel to an interview in this heatwave you may be looking at your lucky interview outfit and thinking it has served you well over the years, that you feel more comfortable when wearing wool and why change a good thing regardless of the weather?
Tip 1: Avoid wool and synthetic fibres
I would urge you to think twice about the fabric you wear or otherwise you take the risk of arriving at your interview in a ball of sweat. The best advice is to select cotton over synthetic fibres or wool as cotton allows your skin to breathe better.
Tip 2: Avoid tight fitting clothes
Sweat is more visible in tight fitting clothes so the best advice is to go to your wardrobe and select some loose-fitting attire. If you have nothing suitable I would strongly advise you consult with friends or go on a mini shopping expedition.
Tip 3: Plenty of deodorant and water
Plenty of deodorant is the best advice in a heatwave. It is also imperative that you keep hydrated and drink plenty of water as you don’t want a situation where you arrive into your interview room feeling dehydrated and dizzy.
The current heatwave Ireland is experiencing is a rare event and it is very important that you adjust to this rare event by wearing appropriate attire to suit the weather, keeping hydrated and applying plenty of deodorant as you prepare for your interview.