it simple and undistracting. Guys and gals, if you choose to wear jewelry or a watch, make
sure it doesnt clash with the rest of your outfit.
Dont wear a gold watch and a silver belt buckle and a briefcase with
brass hardware. Again, stay away from anything
that looks cheap or worn. If your watchstrap
is on its last leg, buy a new watchband, a new watch, or go without. Dont wear plastic pearls, fake gemstones, or
metals made to look like silver or gold. You
want to look like a million bucks, not a faux million bucks.
This is another item that has a big
impact on the first impression. A lousy tie
makes for a lousy outfit, and you can spot a cheap, old, or out of date tie in a second. Youll need to go out and buy at least one
good one to go with your outfit. By the way,
keep the tie simple. Keep away from crazy
zig-zags, Escher designs, and novelty patterns like repeating golf bags or Disney
characters. You can wear those to the office
later, after you have the job. Tie tacks and
variations on the tie tack with little chains and clips are not are not appropriate for
the interview. Leave the tie jewelry at home.
Socks and Hose
Socks and hose are visible too, so
youll want to make sure they coordinate with what you have on, are unblemished, and
are of good quality. Ladies, if you will be
wearing a skirt, hose are a requirement even if your legs look fabulous without them and
it is110 degrees outside. For whatever reason,
its considered unprofessional to go without, so invest in a few good quality
multi-packs for your interviews. Hose with
runs are unsalvageable, so dont even try nothing says cheap like
a run in a stocking. Its a good idea to
tuck a spare pair in your handbag or briefcase in case of emergency.
well thought out interview outfit planned beforehand and you will have one less thing to
worry about. Having a great professional outfit will help ensure you make a positive
impression, and will give you a boost of confidence when you need it most - during your
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