Question by  Chrisp77 (31)

How can I find an outfit appropriate for an interview?

It is a really important interview and I am no good at picking out clothes.


Answer by  olive8 (911)

Call one of the nicer large department stores at a mall and request an appointment with a personal shopper who can help you while you shop; this should be free.


Answer by  balaji7hills (35)

Wear light colored blouse with short sleeves but not a tight one with a tailord pair of pants wherein you will feel more comfortable. Always sit properly in the chair. Sit up straight and wear only light makeup. Wear a smile on your face. Good luck!!!! God bless u:)


Answer by  maber (1427)

Just wear what you would to work if you got the job. No short sleeves, no shorts, no cleavage, no plumbers butt, covered is best.


Answer by  Aces99 (137)

I would call the buisness and ask what appropriate attire is for that workplace. Then I would dress one or two degrees classier than that. Be conservative.


Answer by  lam (184)

Before my interview, I went to Macy's and had a personal shopper pick out interview outfits. I just basically told them what type of interview I was going for and they pulled the clothing for me to try on. Most department stores have this service.


Answer by  selenalove (16)

New York & Co. have very nice skirt suits!


Answer by  kate74 (273)

Stick with the basics. Buy a suit and make sure it's a neutral color (gray, black, beige, etc. ) It needs to match and don't wear anything gaudy!

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