Even though a suit does not make a man, it certainly affects the employer’s first impression of you. Therefore, it is important to pay attention to the choice of clothing combination.
Formal dressing and business casual dressing are considered appropriate for the job interview. Formal dressing involves wearing a suit or just formal pants and shirts for men, while for women, formal dressing includes smart trousers, smart skirts, jackets, shirts or blouses with business elegant shoes or business elegant boots.
Business casual implies more relaxed business combinations, such as sweaters instead of jackets, flat business shoes for women or non-denim trousers.
Jeans and shorts are considered inappropriate for a job interview, as well as skirts and dresses shorter than the upper edge of the knee, strapless blouse, transparent blouse, sandals, open-toed shoes and the like. You should also avoid inappropriate designs and extremely bright and striking colors, as well as inappropriately high heels.