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The interview's dress rules


The interview attire will vary depending on the position you're looking for and the workplace culture. It's best to err on the side of caution and dress properly because, in general, it's preferable to be overdressed to be underdressed. Here are some basic recommendations for interview attire:

For males:

Suit (preferably in a neutral color like black, navy or gray)

formal blouse (white or light blue)

conventional knot (if applicable)

attire sneakers (black or brown)

Belt (should match shoes)

a tidy, well-groomed look

Avoid over accessorizing with jewelry or perfume.

For ladies:

suit, formal dress, or skirt and blouse (ideally in a neutral hue like black, navy, or gray).
conservative footwear with a short heel and a closed toe
small amounts of jewelry and cosmetics
a tidy, well-groomed look
Additionally, it's a good idea to research the business culture and make an effort to coordinate your dress with it. If the workplace has a more lax dress code, you can still present a professional image by dressing appropriately. It's always preferable to be overdressed rather than underdressed if you're uncertain of the dress code. Keep in mind that your look serves as your first impression, so be sure to dress professionally and with seriousness for the interview.

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