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Hello. I'm Charles from Louis Purple, and today I'm going to give you some tips in order to nail your job interview. The most important in a job interview is that you want to project really the right image. So there is a list of things you really want to respect in order to make sure you convey the right image. So let's talk about the suit first. I think you want to keep it pretty conservative, probably a solid color, like a gray or a navy, with a long sleeve shirt. You can have quite a few options for the shirt, probably a light blue or white, pink, lavender color that you're going to complete with a nice tie, maybe with a little bit of pattern if you have a solid shirt and a solid suit. And then it's all the little side accessories that come with it. So you want to make sure you have a nice belt, some conservative leather shoes, a dark pair of socks.
Obviously, you want to avoid the sports type of socks. Make sure your hairstyle is neat and tidy, because it reveals a lot about your personality as well. When it comes to the shoe, there are probably two ways to stay conservative, either a black shoe or a brown shoe with a little bit of a pointy feel to it. I mean, I like European, Italian-style shoes that are a little bit more pointy. So this is my personal preference. I would go with a one-piece leather shoe, probably on a dark brown shade, and you make it match with the belt. When dressing up for a job interview, you want to keep it very simple. Just a conservative navy or gray suit, blue or crisp white shirt, and maybe a tie that brings a little bit of your funky side, a little pattern, polka-dots. You can really bring out the whole outfit. And don't forget to complete the outfit with a nice pair of leather shoes and to make your belt match the color of leather.
All these are things to consider when dressing up for a job interview.