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Always overdress instead of under dress
What I mean, is in the majority of interviews, a full suit for a woman or a man is appropriate. In very few cases (only when a uniform is worn on the job) should you wear business attire instead of a full business suit. A full suit for a man includes a jacket, slacks and shirt and tie. A full suit for a woman should include a jacket, skirt or slacks and blouse. Also, make sure that your clothing is dry cleaned and pressed professionally. I have interviewed enough people in the past and nothing irritates me more than a rumpled shirt.
Clothing for a job interview should be conservative in color and style.
Choose either a navy, black or tan suit for the interview and shoes should match the suit and should be polished. If jewelry is worn, it should be kept to a minimum and should be understated including a wedding ring and small earrings. Avoid jewelry or watches that are noisy or flashy when you move; this can become a distraction for the interviewer and he or she may not be able to concentrate on what you are saying because of your distracting attire.
Women should wear makeup and kept to a minimum. Understated colors including neutrals are best. Men should not wear makeup
Hair should be kept to a conservative style.
Women should try to put their hair up if possible, in a bun or pinned. Men should wear their hair short and groomed.
Women and Men should have their nails groomed and kept to a shorter length. If color is worn on the nails for women, understated colors only but clear or a French manicure is best.
Included in your attire should be a leather portfolio that should contain extra copies of your resume, a list of your references and their contact information.
write by Abner