Job interviews are the moments of the first and best impressions. Job Seekers should make the most out of this opportunity by presenting them at their best.
Bright colored ties with printed designs on it or large jewelry items may distract interviewers from concentrating on your interview. This may be suitable for a job in the style industry. For an interview your dress should impress without distracting others.
A job at a finance company or a software company may have a different dress codes than a technical company. Find out what is the suitable workplace dress code and present yourself for the interview as if you are coming for the first day at work.
You may check with the human resources manager about the company dress code. They are there to assist you in this process, so feel shy if you have questions.
If you have a beard or long hair, regardless of your favorite hair style, groom all facial and head hair neatly. Trim your beard. If you are not able to decide about your grooming go for a conservative look and you can always groom your hair the way you like after getting the job.
Take your watch off before you go for the interview. It will prevent you from looking down at it and communicating which may indicate that you feel bored.
Change your mobile to silence before going for the interview. Avoid even the vibrate mode.
Feel at ease
Whatever you wear, it should be comfortable so that you feel relaxed during the interview. New shoes are not that much comfortable on the first wear and may cause discomfort during the interview.
Wear Polished and clean shoe. This indicates your cleanliness.Your shoes do not need to be new but they should be polished and cleaned.
If you are not able to decide about which colors to wear, just keep it simple. A clean white dress, shirt or blouse properly ironed is all what is needed.
Interviewers wish to see that you care about how you present yourself, so a simple but clean look is the best choice.
Last minute Check
Make sure that all zippers are zipped up and all buttons are buttoned up.