Men: What to wear to an interview

April 30, 2013
Before being offered the job, you need to have a great interview, and one way to do that is to make sure you look sharp.

One of the most important times to look your best is during a job interview. In fact, many employers will tell you that it can impact their decision to make you a job offer. But, because there are so many choices out there, it can often be bit overwhelming. Here are some tips that will help let your interviewer know that you're a serious candidate:

1) Go for a more conservative look

Now is not the time to flaunt your South Beach-inspired fashions. Stay away from bold patterned shirts, turtlenecks, even those made of luxurious fabrics, and go for a classic look. A collared shirt in a neutral color like white, tie and navy or grey suit. Although black is certainly versatile, it is better suited for special events like a wedding.

2) Have everything pressed

Now is not the time to try to iron anything yourself. Take your suit to a dry cleaner and have it pressed. There's nothing worse than coming into an interview with a wrinkled shirt, jacket and pants.

3) Make sure your suit fits

What is just as bad as having a wrinkled suit? Wearing one that doesn't fit properly. Nothing says you don't care about your appearance more than having a suit that isn't tailored. 

3) Wear the right shoes

Having a nice pair of designer shoes is just as important as donning a well-fitted suit. These Jo Ghost Buckle Loafers in black are perfect. They are classy but completely appropriate. Your feet will feel as comfortable as the moment you put them on, even if you wear them all day. Best of all, they won't break the bank, especially when you buy from We sell designer accessories and shoes for less than what you would pay at a department store. These loafers are normally priced at more than $500, but when you purchase them from us, you'll pay just $431.

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