Dress for the Interview
Appearances shouldn’t matter, but they do when it comes to an interview. You will be judged to a certain extent by your attire. A clean, buttoned-up look is reassuring to prospective employers while an ill-thought-out fashion choice can harm your candidacy. For most interviews, this means a more conservative hairstyle, covering those tattoos, or taking out that nose ring. There are industries and organizations that welcome applicants with a more edgy and urban look. Research the organization’s dress code policy and their company culture. Remember that an interview requires more professional attire than you might wear after being hired.
Bottom line: You want to be remembered after your interview, but not for your outfit. Make the right impression by following the suggestions in our gallery.