For Women

  • Suites: Wear dark tailored suit or skirt suit.
  • Blouses: Solid colors, long sleeves, with collar buttoned (be careful to stay away from fads that may look good, but may not come off professional in an interview).
  • Shoes: Dark colored pumps with heels.
  • Hose: Natural skin tones.
  • Accessories: A briefcase or handbag (not both).
  • Belts: Conservative and the width of the waistband.
  • Pants: Wear ony tailored conservative pants.
  • Jewelry: Less and small is more. Nothing dangly.
  • Makeup: Professional and natural tones.
  • Hygiene: Do not wear overpowering frangrances. It is best not to wear any fragrance. Your interviewer may be allergic. If you smoke, do not do so before an interview and do not spray perfume to cover up smoke smell.

For Men

  • Suits: Always wear a two piece suit. Acceptable colors are navy, charcoal, light gray, and brown or dark beige. The darker the suit, the more authority it carries. Solid colors and pin stripes are acceptable, as long as the stripes are thin and narrow.
  • Shirts: Always wear long sleeve, always wear white, or pale blue. White shirts convey honesty, intelligence and stability. No monograms, startch your shirt and professionally press your trousers.
  • Ties: The right tie should be pure silk. The knot should be small, and the length should be to the belt. NO polka dots, animal pictures, or symbols such as golf clubs. NO bow ties.
  • Shoes: Black or brown leather. No lace wing tips, but you can wear slip-ons without a tassell.
  • Socks: Should complement the suit. Wear dark colors and make sure they are long enough so you do not bare skin.
  • Accessories:A simple watch will do. No chains, earrings, nose-rings, pins, etc. Keep it simple.
  • Hygiene: Do not wear overpowering cologne. It is best not to wear any fragrance. Your interviewer may be allergic. IF you smoke, do not do so before an interview and do not spray cologne to cover up smoke smell.