What NOT to Wear to a Job Interview

Are you feeling "burnt out" with your current job? Perhaps you are ready to start searching for a new job? If that's the case and you are ready to start a new chapter in your career life, it can be a good idea to freshen up your interviewing skills. A key part to being good in an interview is dressing the part. If you need assistance preparing for an interview, call our HR consulting firm at 877-783-5638. Kmet Consulting is Your One Stop HR Shop and we are here to give you the HR help you need. Keep reading for what NOT to wear to a job interview.


What NOT to Wear to a Job Interview


Flip-Flops, Sneakers, or Tennis Shoes

Wear professional footwear, such as:

For women:
  • Business flats 
  • Heels 
For men:
  • Dress shoes

Excessive, Overly Bright Colors

Wear neutral colors to an interview, such as navy, black, gray or brown. Don't be remembered as the bright, flashy green top lady, be remembered for your outstanding achievements and great interview etiquette.

Overdone Makeup

Use natural skin tones like colors when doing your make up for an interview - nude lip gloss, lighter eye shadow, and light bronzers are all good examples. The point here is to look professional.

Wrinkled Clothing

Be sure to iron your clothes. You can do so the night before so you don't have to worry about it the day of your interview.

Denim Jeans

This is one of the biggest interview no-nos. Do not wear jeans to an interview, wear nice slacks, khakis, or a nice, long dress.

Shorts or Short dresses and Skirts

Showing too much skin in a job interview in inappropriate, so avoid wearing these items.

Revealing blouses

Refrain from wearing blouses that show cleavage to an interview.


Interview Preparation with Kmet Consulting


Congratulations! You’re almost there. Your resume and cover letter landed you an interview and now it’s time to seal the deal! So what’s the best way to prepare? It takes more than a Google search of frequently asked interview questions to land your dream job. You need to dress the part. Convey your knowledge of and interest in the target company and of course, convince your interviewer that you are a perfect fit for the job. We are here to prepare you for this important interaction so you can outshine your competition. You know you are qualified for the position, now it's time to show your potential employer and we can help you market yourself and present yourself in the best light in the job interview. Not only do we specialize in interview preparation, but we can also help you write your resume, network with the right people, give you interviewing tips and help you practice proper interview etiquette. If you are interested in any one of these HR services we offer to job seekers, please do not hesitate to give us a call today at 877-783-5638 or visit our website at www.KmetConsulting.com for more information.










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