What NOT to Wear at a Job Interview


Whether you live in Arizona or Florida, this is probably the brightest red flag you can give any potential employer. You can never go wrong with a nice pair of slacks or casual pants. Let the company know you not only care about the opportunity, but you also care about making good choices.


Even if you are applying for a casual dress position, always aim to put your best foot
forward. Once you land the job, be as casual as your employee handbook allows.

Dress No No’s

Half an Outfit

In today’s digital world, online interviews are common. Don’t make the mistake of dressing to impress on only the upper half of your body.

It would result in quite the nightmare if you had to stand, for any reason, during your online interview and you forget that you chose to be only partially prepared to look your best!

Before heading out or logging in to that interview, take a good look in the mirror and ask yourself, “Would I hire me?” You don’t want to lose that job before walking through the Human Resources door.

Omar Tarango is a Social Media Manager and Blogger