Your outfit should be thoughtful and appropriate but, most importantly, you must feel comfortable. Interviewers will notice if you feel self-conscious.
Generally – go smarter rather than casual. Wearing a suit or something office-appropriate says ‘this interview is important to me’.
Tailoring what you wear to fit the type of occupation will showcase authenticity. For a designer position, for example, predominantly your personal style needs to shine through.
Do some research on the company culture by looking at photos on social media of office events, and then, if appropriate, try to reflect this style. It could send a subliminal message that you are the right fit for the company.
Look natural enough that your interviewer can expect that this is what you’ll look like on a regular basis. If you don’t wear lots of make-up, it’s not the time to start now.
It may be obvious, but make sure you are neat and well-groomed and pay attention to even small details like your nails. Remember there will be lots of handshakes!
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