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Rules regarding your interview attire!


Research the company’s dress code.

In conjunction with dressing one step up, you’ll want to get a clear sense of the company’s environment, culture, dress code, or workplace attire expectations. You can find this out by:

Calling or emailing your interview point of contact and asking them about the company's dress code. Here are examples of questions you could ask: “How do people who work here usually dress?” or “How would you dress for an interview with this company?”

Perusing the company’s website and social media profiles for images that offer clues about the typical attire Visiting the company’s location (if convenient) and observing firsthand how employees dress

Once you find out the company’s dress code, consider the examples in these four workplace attire categories:

We will do one at a time during the coming weeks.

Formal:

In formal environments, appropriate attire might include a tailored suit, button-down shirt with tie, blouse, lace-up dress shoes or close-toed pumps, and stockings or dress socks.

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