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That's a really helpful article. I have a friend who works in the HR team of a company and he once told me, "man, always wear black and grey or blue to be on the safe side". I always follow that rule ever since. ?
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Did he say why?
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If you want to be creative it's better to do it with your ideas during the job interview, I don't believe a hiring manager would care much about a fashion icon-style (only if you are applying for a position in the fashion industry).
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Now that's a burden :/ I always try to look fashionable. Maybe I shouldn't try so hard after all...
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I think being yourself matters the most :)
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I'm not too sure, I think having the correct diplomas and the way you speak is more important then the way you dress
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I would hire someone based on the skill set, and ultimately, that's how you can see if they will really fit in. That guy might just be wearing a suit just to look good on the conversation
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That's what I was thinking too! Nothing wrong with dressing nicely for a good impression
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Since when do clothes show a creativity level? ?
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I always thought that showing up to an interview with a "different" outfit was okay, but I guess it's now. Pretty interesting this information
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Now I understand why I never get a job haha. I always show up with my weird but cool clothes
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Maybe you can try to be a bit less "creative" ?
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I don't know. I have a dream job now where they welcomed just the way I am :)
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Whenever I have an interview I always go as confortable as possible but keeping it fancy ??‍♀️
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