Today the workplace is much more casual than 5 or 10 years ago. However it is best to dress conservatively for most job interviews. What you wear to a job interview depends on the job you are hoping to get. If you are interviewing for an executive position you can wear a suit, separates (skirt and top) with a jacket or tailored dress and a jacket. If you are going for a job in fashion something classic with one trendy item to show off your style is appropriate. High tech companies are usually more laid back but a pair of pants, a shirt blouse and a cardigan sweater can work. If you are not sure what to wear to a specific company’s interview, call the HR person and ask what their dress code is and check out their website for help. In addition pay attention to grooming with an up-to-date hairstyle, light makeup and not too much jewelry.
How to Dress For a Job Interview
It is a well-known fact that the first impression that someone gets of you counts big time. Today job interviews are more involved when looking for an important job. You want to land the position or to be asked to come back for another interview when necessary. Your clothing and the color(s) you wear can help you make a good first impression.
How to Dress for a Successful Job Interview
The job market at the moment is VERY competitive. I know…I am one of the competitors! Much of what goes into looking for a job is important. Your resume has to look good to get you in the door. Most people are so excited when an interview comes around that often what to wear to the job interview becomes more of an issue than it used to be. Believe it or not what you wear is a bigger part of a great first impression than you imagine. Good first impressions are so important!!