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  • 1. Interview Fashion
  • 2. Overview and Objectives
    • Understand why what you wear is important.
    • Assemble an appropriate interview outfit.
    • Know how to dress if the company is casual.
  • 3. What to Wear
    • The way you dress for the interview shows how much, or how little, you care.
    • Remember, there is no 2 nd chance at a 1 st impression.
    • 1 st rule of thumb: Be overdressed.
      • Remember though that a “formal environment” doesn't mean formal-wear.
    • 2 nd rule of thumb: Wear a suit. It's classic and professional.
  • 4. What to Wear
    • Know that the company has a casual dress policy? It doesn't matter. Still dress up for the interview.
    • Still unsure of what to wear? Call your recruiter or visit the office prior to the interview.
    • Pick out and iron your outfit the night before.
    • Guys: Learn to tie a tie.
    • Skype interview? Still dress up. No Pjs!
  • 5. Female Fashion
    • Suit (navy, black, or dark grey)
    • Long-ish skirt (you should be able to sit down comfortably)
    • Color-coordinated blouse
    • Conservative shoes
    • Limited jewelry
    • Professional hair style
    • Light make-up and perfume (some people are allergic)
  • 6. Female Outfit Ideas
    • For conservative, corporate industries
  • 7.
    • Want the full presentation?
    • E-mail Jeff Davis
    • at
    • [email_address]