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Ten Interview Fashion Blunders
by a member of FALC
Many of us have not looked for a job in many years and others have had to make changes to satisfy our lifestyles or needed to move beyond the drama that has plagued some of our healthcare providers. It might surprise you to learn that fashion extremes have, over the past few years, have started to move closer to the middle of the road.
Nowadays, if you were to ask 100 people their opinion about what to wear to an interview, the majority would answer, "Dress on the conservative side." With that in mind, here are some suggestions on how to avoid fashion blunders.
Sandra a Case Manager with a St. Anthony’s Rehab past president of her professional Association, says, "Clothes should be a part of who you are and should not be noticed by style & fit." She cites 10 dressing faux pas to avoid when interviewing:
Conservative colors in various shades of navy blue and gray are best. Wearing black to the interview could be viewed as too serious. If you do wear black, make sure that there is another color near your face to soften the look. Brown is still considered questionable as a business color in clothing and probably should be avoided. Change your outfit's look for a second interview by wearing a different color blouse, shirt, scarf or tie.
An interview is not the place to make a fashion statement, make sure that your blouse does not show to much frontage and use the opportunity to look great which will restore your confidence. If you are applying for a career opportunity in the Arts Field, then you want cutting edge attire found in Maxim and GQ. Everyone else should opt for a conservative look. "More and more companies are returning to traditional professional attire.
Whatever you wear should accent the fact that you're a professional who's ready to get to make a commitment on a career toward your new future. Let common sense guide you and it should be easy to avoid fashion blunders that could damage your chances of getting to the next level in the process. In this market, it is essential that you look good and your appearance is right for the job.
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