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Dressing Up For a Job Interview

Dressing up is one of the most important parts in preparing for a job interview. You cannot simply overlook this. During the interview, your attire would be the first one to speak for you. You already got the interviewer’s attention even if you have not spoken your first word.

Dress to impress should now be your favorite motto. Every serious job hunter would take this one seriously, that is, if you want to give a good lasting impression on the interview itself.

But what should you wear?

Needless to say in any interview, you should first wear the right attire. Right would first mean appropriate. Before applying your personal style, make sure you know what dress code is required. You could probably take a second look at the invitation. If it’s otherwise indicated, you could call the HR just to be sure of. Some industries or field may require a different set of dress code so be aware of that one too. And oh, do not wear casual attire for a formal job interview.

Here is another reason why you should aim for this. You do not just impress them with your clothes. If you are confident about the way you look, that would most likely add up to your total package as an applicant. On the other hand, if you’re worried about something, that would be obvious too.

But if you want to impress, you should do more than dress up right.

Most of the time, you would be wearing the standard business or professional attire. This would include the classic suit and necktie. Common colors for men’s suit would be black, navy, or gray, which is best matched with dress shirt and silk tie. You socks should match the shoes, which can be either black or brown. Brown leather shoes are for brown suit.

Just make sure every piece of your attire is well coordinated. Be as conservative as possible.

Dress shirts not only come in many colors and designs, they’re also made of different materials. There are silk dress shirts, linen dress shirts, and the most popular cotton blend dress shirts. Keep in mind that silk and linen wrinkle more easily while cotton dress shirts wrinkle less. As for color, white is always the first choice. It’s also the safest choice. White goes well with other colors. White creates the perfect contrast whatever the color of your suit and tie. Practically, it’s easier to match accessories with white.

If you would rather not wear white, choose pale and lighter shades of colors like blue, pink, and yellow. Note though that you are also setting a limitation as to which tie color you should have.

Standard silk ties are the most common type of tie. Consider the shirt or suit’s color when choosing the tie. You can get any colored tie for white shirts, but not with colored ones. Solid, warm colors are most desirable.

There are many designer brands of men’s suits like Armani, which may be worth investing. The quality is unquestionable and could last more than other cheaper suits. There are still good discount suits to favor a limited budget that could look just as great too.

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Bill

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