Interview dress code – explained

Dress appropriately for the role you are applying for. If it is a blue collar role, then work wear is suitable if you are coming straight from a shift. If not, neat and tidy pants/jeans and a t-shirt, polo or jumper with closed toe shoes will make you look nice and sharp. If you are applying for office or sales roles, then dress accordingly to what the staff members in store/office are wearing. A blouse or collared shirt, dress pants/skirt and closed toe shoes are acceptable.

As an experienced Recruitment Consultant, I understand the ability to make a fabulous first impression and would never step foot out of the door without my black or grey suit onĀ – it shows my prospective employer that I am a professional and I mean business.
Keep in mind – it is always better to be over dressed than under dressed!