What To Wear To An Interview
Depending on the industry you are interviewing for, you want to make sure you are dressing accordingly. I get it you don't want to look like your trying to hard(yeah, that makes sense)
If there is ever a time to seem like your trying hard, it's on a job interview.
Possibly the single most important decision of your adult life is choosing a career and getting a job.
Make it count. Do something you Love.
Don't just settle for a pay day (it won't satisfy your hunger)
I always say "no matter how much you get paid only your passion will wake you up every morning".
- Interviewing for a museum? You would probably want to wear something more artsy. Try pops of color that translate like a painting. Don't get all Picasso baby, learn to pair you colors like an artist blends on a canvas to avoid looking like slaughtered rainbow.
- What about a government job? You'll probably want to suit up for that one. Keep it classic and not to playful.
Trying to get that big hedge position? You better look like a million dollars by wearing a suit that says "I don't play around" Pick up a blue, wool double breasted suit to make a good first impression.
I would say it's important to know what the culture of the company is. Basically you want to present yourself to fit in with the culture.
Think what is best suited for your industry, but also if the company culture has a style/dress code.