WHAT TO WEAR – WHAT NOT TO WEAR FOR AN INTERVIEW

  1. SALES AND MARKETING A suit is like the uniform of sales and marketing. Else Who’ll buy a product from someone dressed in jeans and t-shirt. It’s a safe choice to choose a navy blue suit with pastel colour shirt, complementary tie and brown/black leather shoes.

  1. GOVERNMENT In government jobs, employees are expected to dress conservatively comparatively. Make sure nothing that you wear is bold or flashy but at the same time your outfit should give out the message that you are principled, responsible and worthy of the position. A dark grey suit, blue dress shirt, tie and a watch should help you do the same. Strictly stick to a black leather belt and Black lace-up shoes.

  1. MANAGEMENT  This job profile requires you to look professional and authoritative and someone who can handle a crisis. Your outfit should send out the same message. We recommend you to wear a powerful charcoal grey formal suit with crisp white shirt, with tie. Black leather belt and shoes to c

    mplete the look.

  1. BANKING AND FINANCE   If you are choosing a field of banking and finance, you need to show that you are capable of handling money. Wear a Grey pint strip suit, pastel blue shirt with a blue striped tie. Also stick to a black leather belt, black leather lace-up shoes and I assure you that outfit would not be the one that will keep you from getting the job.

  1. CREATIVE This is one line of profe

    sion where you have complete freedom to express yourself. Use your clothes as a way to show who you are and what you have to bring to the table. Be experimental. Wear a Grey or navy suit, pink shirt, add lapel pin, bow tie, brown shoes and belt and a watch and are good to go!

  1. IT/TECH/START-UP In a profession

    ike this, you dress in the best clothes you have. We would advise you to study the environment before you go for an interview. Wear a Navy blue suit, striped tie, blue shirt, black belt and shoes. Jazz up the look with a watch and you dressed your best.

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