How To Dress Smart For An Interview

Within the first seven seconds of meeting someone an impression of that particular person is created. It may be positive or negative. Hence making sure you create the right impression right at the beginning, from the start of the seven seconds, is important. This mainly matters when it comes to an interview where your attire, style and personality are closely observed. Perhaps women tend to pull this off quite easily thus creating the right first impression, but what about men? Here’s a couple of tips on perfecting your attire when it comes to an interview;

Consider the organization

Based on the company your applying for, you could decide what sort of attire they would expect an interviewee to be present with. If it’s an easy going and fairly strict company like Google, you are applying for, then dressing up with strictly tailored suits with dark colours and no light at all, would make you stand out but not in the positive way you expect but wearing an attire like that for a bank interview would be even better. Hence depending on the company you are applying for your attire choice and colour may vary, so consider the firm before you decide to dress up to face your interview.

Fabric of your attire

Although you may be unaware of this fact, even the fabric of one’s attire matters, especially when it comes to men and their shirts and jackets. When customizing, you could always request your outfit to be made exactly the way you want. Similarly you could request your attire for the interview to be made using high quality worsted wool. This blend shall neither look too dull nor too bright with a shiny look. You could go for colours like navy blue, black or grey when getting it done.Style If nothing has your personal touch and style then it would never manage to look good on you.

That is what is the most important when it comes to any attire. Similarly you could get the help of a tailor made shirt in Bangkok to design your outfit in a manner that satisfies you and has the perfect fit. Varying number of buttons, the lapel style, trousers with or without pleats are some touches you could add in based on the way you want. Consider you height as well when designing your attire.Not only that but also consider your tie pattern and colour, here you could go with any colour but as long as it matches, similarly give importance to your shirt colour as well making sure you make the right choice on fabric and colour of it. The colour of your shoes and socks too are important along with the belt you may wear as well. Certain organizations may not exactly approve of cufflinks as it may be considered a useless piece of jewellery so think twice before you decide to wear them. Be confident and believe in yourself and only then would you be able to ace the interview and land the job.