I love Louis bags and Louboutins as much as the next girl; but, there is a time and a place for the finer things in life and an interview is not one of them. During an interview, you want the interviewer to focus on your qualifications and spot-on answers to tough questions, not the price of your handbag, clothes, or shoes. If the interviewer happens to know whatever designer label you mistakenly chose to wear to your interview, then the interviewer is now distracted. Designer labels send the message that you do not need the job and that you are applying to simply have a hobby. Now, if you are applying and interviewing for a position at a fashion powerhouse such as Vogue or Elle, then by all means, slay. But, if you are interviewing at a non-fashion oriented business, leave your Louis Vuitton and Louboutins at home.