Dress Code for Interview
Arrive on time for the interview. It conveys that you know the value of time and that you will be punctual for work if appointed.
- Researchers comment that what people think about us is decided within the first three minutes of a meeting. This makes dressing an important business tool
- Dress smartly for your interview. It makes a positive impression. It's half the battle won
- Keep all electrical accessories (Phone) out of sight and turned off
- Clothes should be clean, pressed and well fitting
- A white shirt is ideal for formal wear. White socks are not!
- Ties, generally, should be professional and conservative. Your tie should reach, but not exceed, the top of your belt buckle. Do not wear a bow-tie to an interview.
- Make sure the trouser length is exactly right and the trousers just touch your shoes
- Your belt and shoes should match. Black belt with black shoes is best
- Ensure your hair is clean, and neatly styled for a corporate look
- Dress smartly and neatly otherwise sloppiness will show in your work as well
- Salwar kameez is the ideal choice - 80 per cent of the Indian women prefers it
- Cotton sarees well starched and neatly pinned gives an elegant and business like look to a woman. And silk sarees are ideal for official get-togethers
- Ensure your hair is clean, and tied neatly