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What to wear to an interview???
#11
In the conservative business climate I worked in at the time, appearances did matter. In other environments it isn't as important
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#12
A two-piece suit is always the best choice and security. Do not combine a suit jacket with pants that do not match. Keep it conservative. Trend toward darker colors.
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#13
Generally In all the interviews your dress must be formal.Formal dress or clothes are best to wear in interview.Because it makes the first impression on mind of interviewers.Informal dress is not good for interview.
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#14
I think you need to dress like you already work there to wear a suit, if it is a large law firm corporate but if something more relaxed and retail then how much more relaxed.
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#15
Going for an interview, you should keep certain things in your mind, always dressed or dressed like a professional while you go for an interview, and always ensure that all your information in your resume.
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#16
I want to go safely and wear a pair of jeans or dark blue / black, with a simple t-shirt and a blazer cute. Well, that's generally how I dress when I have exams with the professor in front of me. My teachers always told me to go with a simple outfit of black or gray with a touch of white.
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#17
In interview depend upon your carrier and future. So your dressing must be unique and attractive it create good impression for your personality.
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#18
The Were to Interviews is

- Always exhibit punctuality. Plan to arrive at least a few minutes before the stipulated time.
- Ask a few deep breathes before you enter.
- Plan ahead. Choose what you are going to wear.
- Be careful of the language and words that you use.
- Mind your overall body language.
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#19
Today, I always wear jeans and long sleeve, collared shirt (usually black). No one has ever done anything to comment on my dress, and my clothes are usually responsible for what the interviewer is wearing. casual clothing helps me relax and feel more vested in the interview.
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#20
A two-piece suit is always the best choice and security. Do not combine a suit jacket with pants that do not match. Keep it conservative. Trend toward light colors.
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