Dress Code for an Interview
For the last ten years or so, the dress code for job interviews has become more casual, breaking away from more traditional formal wear.
There are no fixed clothing rules which you must follow, but you should endeavour to look smart and invest in good quality clothes.
If you look good, you generally have more confidence and feel good too.
Example of an outfit for men
>> White long sleeve shirt
>> Matching tie
>> Dark coloured socks
>> Black shoes (polished)
Example of an outfit for women
>> Women have more choices as to what they can wear to a job interview. A smart business attire is fine, together with polished shoes and a suitable handbag.
Grooming Tips for Men
>> Have a close shave (shave early in the morning so you have time to stop any bleeding should you accidentally cut yourself)
>> If you have a moustache , make sure it is trimmed and neat
>> Smart haircut
>> Apply only a dash of cologne
Grooming Tips for Women
>> Be careful not to apply too much hair spray or perfume
>> No revealing clothing
>> No bright nail varnish
>> Hair is neatly styled