You are what you wear. Your attire reflects your personality and you dress for success or failure.
Going for an interview not only requires brushing up your CV, sharpening your mental and personal skills, but it also requires you to plan what you will wear at the interview. Dress up your best to get the best out of your interview.
Off-course, you must be in the best of your attire when going through any sort of interview and as first impression is the last impression, the employer may see how well you have prepared yourself for this task starting from your head and ending on your feet.
It is determined that most of the people who are inexperienced or lack desired skills and confidence pick casual clothing instead of the formal one, and as a result, they get eviction due to unprofessional schemes. One needs to understand the basic rules and regulations of giving an interview to ace it very easily. Therefore, you must not use sweat suits, high or spiky heels. You need to look decent however, at the same time confident and not lousy at all. This is one reason that why everyone fancies wearing formal clothes at any job interview.
Simple and Neat Hairstyle: As you must have read that according to most of the employers who conduct interviews, more than 50% of the total impression from the candidate comes from his get-up and your aim should be look to decent among others without spending a massive amount of money. Starting from your hairdo, it should be neat and clean without much of styling done over it. It is highly recommended to avoid using gel/wax or any hair-styling cream at the time of interview as you’ve applied for the job not for any modeling contest. However, if your hair is keen to exhibit a rough look without these products then you might want to put it on a little bit.
Attire with Solid Color: It is not necessarily important to wear solid-colored items however; we reckon it would be nice to wear a formal shirt having not many colors. In the nutshell, this may have a good impact on the employer, as he would see that you have totally followed the rules for giving an interview.