role of dress in an interview
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role of dress in an interview

how a woman should  dress for an interview 

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First impressions are seldom more important than on a job interview. Before you have had a chance to discuss your skills, you have already been judged on your appearance and clothing.
Women should dress decently in formal or semi formal for an interview. A two-piece suit in a dark or neutral color is suitable for a job interview. A tailored pants suit should fit properly without being too tight. If you were a skirt it should be knee-length or slightly longer. Wear a tailored blouse in a coordinating color under the suit jacket. Avoid ruffles and don’t show cleavage. Plain, conservative pumps are the best choice; be sure you can walk comfortably in them. Job interviews are not the place for stiletto heels, peep-toe pumps, sandals, high boots or platform shoes. Wear neutral-colored pantyhose. Leave the dangling earrings and clattering bracelets at home. Avoid perfume and cologne; your interviewer may be allergic. Go easy on the makeup and aim for a natural look. Avoid long fingernails painted in unusual colors. Carry a small handbag or a leather briefcase.

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