Dressing for an interview can be an intimidating task. Your first impression for the interviewers in the interview process will be your clothes. This means you need to put some effort in dressing yourself right for the interview. We're not saying your charming personality and the unique skill set that you bring to the company don't matter; however, the clothes you wear can also contribute to the decision-making of the interviewer. There are so many unspoken rules that can seem puzzling for someone who's going for the interview for the first time. So, here are a few things that you should most definitely avoid wearing to an interview.1.You should never wear ill-fitted suits
Steer clear from shirts, pants, blazers and suits that clearly don't fit you well. You don't want to come across a couch potato who clearly couldn't bother less to get their suit stitched right.
© Fashionbeans2. You shouldn't be over the top
We're talking bow ties, bedazzled ties, metallic ties, offbeat colours for suits like pastels or maybe blue. You never know who's going to be interviewing you, over the top outfits only make you look funny and stops people from taking you seriously. That is the last thing you want.
© bedazzled, hextie, glittereverything3. You should never wear jeans to an interview
Sometimes, in a situation when you don't have pants, you might want to choose jeans (or worse black jeans that give the illusion of pants) for an interview because who cares, right? No. Everyone cares and everyone notices this. So, don't wear jeans. This is the biggest blunder you can possibly commit in dressing for an interview.
© fashionformen4. You should never wear sandals or sneakers
We get how some companies can have a relatively chill atmosphere and that wearing casuals to work might be perfectly acceptable. However, that doesn't mean you wear sandals to your interview. Besides, wearing open toe shoes only makes it easier for the dirt to cling to your feet which, trust me, shows from a distance. This only looks extremely unhygienic and might put your interviewer off.
© radsneakers5. You should try to hide your body tattoos and piercings if possible
While we're all for body positivity and individual expression, we're not sure your interviewers might have the same mindset. While some work places might be liberal, you can never be sure that your interviewer is one of them. So, if you really want a job, it's probably wiser to take off your ear studs or any other piercings that might distract the interviewer and hide those tats.