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How to dress for success

There’s a lot of advice out there about how to dress for an interview.

The best advice we could find is that you should dress for the part.

That means, don’t wear a suit to an interview for a job where you’ll be driving a UPS truck.

We’ve circled up the best tips we could find.

Here are a few to get you started:

Don’t wear anything with a stain. If you get a stain on your way to the interview, do whatever you can to get rid of it.

That might mean buying a new shirt on the way.

Wearing clothes that are too big is worse than wearing clothes that are too small. Especially suit jackets.

Don’t wear a t-shirt, yoga pants, or sandals to any interview, ever.

The best dress sense advice from around the web

17 things you should never wear to a job interview
Business Insider

Interview Attire For Women: Here’s What To Wear To Present Yourself Best
Forbes

The Secret to a Perfect Interview Outfit? Stalk the Company’s Social Media
The Muse

What Not To Wear To A Job Interview, According To Employers
Huffington Post

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Published on Jul 21, 2018

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