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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Dressing the Part Invest in comfortable, work-appropriate shoes. Women can wear low, conservative, comfortable heals or power flats.Men should invest in a pair of loafers and lace-up dress shoes. In general, you want to avoid shoes that expose your toes. Research the companys culture or the typical dress code within the industry. If you know anyone at the company youre interviewing with, ask them about the environment and culture. Even if the company has a laid back dress code in general, they may expect you to dress up for the initial interview. You can never go wrong overdressing for an interview. Test-drive your interview outfit. Do not wear perfume or fragrances. Pay attention to accessories. Make sure your shoes are polished and wear a nice belt. Make sure your jewelry isnt too large, distracting, orflashy. Watches are great. The key is to look professional and to look like youd be a great fit within that companys work culture. Pay attention to your grooming as much as your outfit. What you wear to your next job interview might be more important than you think. Why? Whether you like it or not, your appearance is the first thing people notice about you. Your hair should be neat, and fingernails should be clean. You want to look nicely polishedfrom head to toe. You never know who mighthave an allergy, and youwant your personality andresume to linger after an interview, not your perfume. You probably tried on the clothing before you bought it, but when you get home, put the outfit on and spend a few minutes in it. Make sure youre comfortable sitting and walking.
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