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Believe it or not, you are examined from head to toe in all interviews. Not only is your experience and personality sized also your appearance. The dress code for men and women differ substantially so this article is broken up into seperate sections for each gender. | Dress For Success By Leslie Plotkin Its true - You Are What You Wear Especially when it comes to the job interview. Believe it or not you are examined from head to toe in all interviews. Not only is your experience and personality sized also your appearance. The dress code for men and women differ substantially so this article is broken up into seperate sections for each gender. Before you go on that job interview make sure you read these dressing tips Many people take for granted the appearance aspect of the job hunting process. The better you are dressed the more confident you will feel and exude. There s no impression like the first impression. Initial decisions made about you in the first three minutes of the job interview are nearly irreversible. The purpose of your clothing is to project an image of professionalism. Consider Your clothes should subtly add to your appearance. More importantly clothing shouldn t detract from your business persona. Much as you may want to stand out wearing the business uniform communicates instantly that you are a mature stable professional and a member of the team. Even if the internal dress code is very casual your interviewing attire should adhere to a conservative standard. Dress up - the best you would ever dress when actually employed there. Here s how to dress for the best possible outcome Research the prospective employer - companies and even industries have definable corporate cultures. Find out what the corporate uniform is - and wear it. Select an outfit you have worn before and are comfortable wearing. Try on the outfit a few days before - enough time to have drying-cleaning and repairs completed. Check the ensemble for missing buttons frayed cuffs and other needed repairs. Everything must be clean neat and ironed. No bulging pockets or sagging coat lining. Hair and nails must be clean and groomed. Scent should be low-key or absent. The favorite color of most Americans is blue - it conveys trust calm and .
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