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YOU CANNOT Take a RISK BY BEING BORING AND CONVENTIONAL!
Whatever is the job, you want the interviewer to remember you for your personality and performance: not as "the one with the garish tie/short skirt/nose stud ....". Dressing professionally demonstrates respect, and also shows the employer that you take the interview seriously. In fact, according to one survey conducted online it was found that 93 percent of executives believe that an employee’s style of dress at work influences his or her chances for getting selected in the job interviews and also promotions, after they get the job.
Although job-related skills an experience rank high in importance in whether or not you land the position, during the initial hiring process they have less power than most of us think. That’s because the first thing we notice about someone is their appearance, and more specifically, the way they are dressed.
It is true that one should really research a potential employer and know what they do and as much as possible on how they do it, but on the day you walk in and ask them to hire you, I'm pretty sure the game demands that you still look your best.
So, Now you would be thinking what should be going into the dressing? I will answer that question individually for males and females, but before I get into that, Let me tell about the colour coordination which is general of both.
Do you know that Orange was the worst colour to be worn in an interview, all the executives feels it unacceptable, followed by red and pink. Also make a check if there are any Stains and dirty marks because that is also one of the major reasons that turns off the executive.
So Stick to safe colours like navy blue, black , grey and white. &Warning if you are wearing white make sure you maintain the colour till the end.
MEN SHOULD WEAR
Conventional dark-coloured suit (black, navy or charcoal grey are good) with a conservative shirt: plain pastel shades or modest stripes and dark polished shoes.
Wear a belt and dark coloured tie.
Don't wear light coloured socks or too much aftershave!
WOMEN SHOULD WEAR
Conventional suit or coordinating jacket and knee-length skirt. Dark colours suggest authority but bright can work with care.
Don't wear lots of frills, trousers unless smart, low cut tops, or lots of make-up, perfume or jewellery.
Make sure your hair is neat and tidy.
Very high heels are not wise - it's important to feel comfortable in what you are wearing.
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