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Dressing for Success at Work

Whether you’re looking for work or are seeking a promotion at your current job, dressing the part can make all the difference. Though it’s easy to say that appearances shouldn’t matter and that a candidate should be judged on their merit and accomplishments rather than their chosen style of dress, the truth is that your wardrobe choices do reflect upon you and speak to your character in the professional world. This is especially true in the case of job interviews, where a first impression and a relatively short conversation are all that a hiring manager has to base her opinions around.

Dressing For Interview Success

Scoring a new job in today’s struggling economic climate is challenging enough. Don’t stack the deck against yourself by dressing inappropriately for a hard-won interview. Keeping the following tips in mind can, along with your qualifications and ability to be personable, help you land a job while everyone else is looking for one.

  • Err on the Side of Conservatism
  • Skip the Novelty Ties
  • Use a Light Hand with Toiletries
  • Understand the Corporate Culture

Dressing for Professional Success

Landing the job doesn’t mean that you should be less mindful of your appearance, especially if you hope to rise through the ranks or get a hefty raise in the near future. Keeping the following tips in mind can help you to continually make a great impression on the higher-ups.

  • Remember Old Adages
  • Conditions Do Apply
  • Grooming is Key
  • Casual Friday Advice

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