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What to wear (and not to wear!) to an interview

What to wear (and not to wear!) to an interview






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    • What to Wear to an Interview
      By Kristen Arnwine
    • In my opinion job interview attire is probably the most important attire you will ever wear other than your wedding gown.
    • A job interview is the one moment you are really trying to impress someone, so it is vital that you dress for success. Remember that it is always best to be overdressed then underdressed, even if the place where you are inquiring about has a relaxed, casual dress code.
    • Cover Up!
      Always dress conservative and be sure to cover any tattoos or piercings.
    • Shoes
      While most interviewees only think about clothing it is imperative to think about your shoes as well.
      Polish leather shoes
      Keep heels at a reasonable height
      Clean soles
      No bright colors
      Be able to walk in them!
    • HAIR
      Your hair needs to be washed and combed nicely. Personally I would stay away from any vivid or “loud” hair accessories; for example, no brightly colored headbands, hair feathers, scarves, ribbons, or extravagant hair barrettes. If you choose to wear your hair pulled back make sure it is done neatly and with neutral colored hair pieces.
    • NAILS
      Keep nails manicured
      Wear a neutral polish
      Keep nails trimmed
      Keep jewelry to a minimum(one ring per hand!)
      Make sure hands and nailsare clean – NO DIRT!
      Guys, this goes for y’all too!
    • Career Advice from Monster Jobs said this:
      “Your image matters because it shows your attentiveness to detail and gives recruiters an idea of how you’ll represent their company to clients, both internally and externally,” Glass concludes. “The visual message you send makes a big difference in how you’re perceived and, ultimately, whether or not you get the job.”
    • Neat, professional hairstyle
      Solid color, conservative suit
      Portfolio or briefcase
      Limited jewelry
      Women’s Attire:What to Wear
      Coordinated blouse
      Tan or light hosiery
      Sparse make-up & perfume
      Moderate shoes
      Manicured nails
    • Solid color, conservative suit
      Neatly trimmed nails
      White long sleeve shirt
      Very limited jewelry
      Men’s Attire:What to Wear
      Go easy on the aftershave
      Portfolio or briefcase
      Conservative tie
      Dark socks, professional shoes
      Neat, professional hairstyle