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Interview Attire

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Veronica Palafox

on 20 March 2013

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Transcript of Interview Attire

Does what I to wear to an Interview
really matter? What to wear to an Interview In an interview situation, you're marketing yourself as a product, and so you want and need to have the best image possible. Do's for Women - Solid color, conservative suit
- Coordinated blouse
- Moderate shoes
- Limited jewelry
- Neat, professional hairstyle
- Tan or light hosiery
- Sparse make-up & perfume
- Manicured nails
- Padfolio Do's for Men -Solid color, conservative suit
- White long sleeve shirt
- Conservative tie
- Dark socks, professional shoes
- Very limited jewelry
- Neat, professional hairstyle
- Go easy on the aftershave Grooming & Accessory tips for everyone
• Hair: Should be clean and neat.
• Shoes: Should be in polished condition. Make sure heels are not worn.
• Details: No missing buttons, no lint; and don't forget to remove external tags and tacking stitches from new clothes.
• Hands: Clean fingernails.
• Fit: Clothes should be clean, neatly pressed, and fit properly.
• Smell: Perfume or cologne should be used sparingly or not at all. Remember that some people have allergies/sensitivities; you'd hate for that to derail an interview. No odors in clothes. Don't smell like smoke.
• Padfolios / business bags:
Always wise for holding paper to take notes and to hold other documents you may need to bring and receive.
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