properly for a job interview can be the important
factor in getting the job. When competition is
keen, details make the difference. Dress is the
most important factor for the interview. The interviewer
is getting a first impression from dressing and
body language. It is impossible to overcome too
often if first impression is negative. It is important
to invest the time and money necessary to attain
the right look.
is good to make an expense on new good suit
for an interview. Keep in mind when select a suit
that it goes with your personality.
of tips for men’s dress which is same for
most professional men.
is a dress for success of men. A suit
with matching coat and pants is the standard for
all professional men. A Three
Piece Suit Vested can add authority
and a different look to men’s look.
should be single-breasted and traditional.
Designer suits that are highly fitted are not
advisable for interviewing or truly professional
settings. Either single center or double side
vents in the back are acceptable. Side vents are
very good on men with big behinds, but they are
very hard to find with a traditional cut. Suits
should be plain with no fancy or contrasting buttons,
stitching, or western trim.
AND PATTERNS should be solid, pinstripe
or some cases, subtle plaid. The best colors are
shades of blue, gray or beige. Browns, blacks
and greens are not recommended. The most effective
suits make psychological impact. The best suit
to buy for interviewing is a vested
dark blue solid. By changing shirt colors and
ties, different looks and style can be achieved,
and each will be professional.
for suits should be wool or wool blended
with polyester. In this climate, wool is usually
too warm, but generally, the higher the wool content,
the richer looking the suit. Textured polyester
is all right if it looks like wool. Polyester
also has the advantage of not wrinkling too badly
when worn in hot weather. Cotton or linen suits
are good but they wrinkle very badly in just hour
of wear. It is best to avoid nylon, rayon, mohair,
silk, denim and corduroy.
a suit correctly is as essential as buying the
right suit. The pants should be fitted first,
starting at the waist. The waist should be worn
just above the navel and horizontal to the ground.
The waist should be tight enough to prevent bulges
under the belt but loose enough so that you can
comfortably slip the flat of your hand in and
seat of the pants should not bag but must allow
enough room so that the front pockets do not pull
and sitting is comfortable. If the seat is too
large, ask the fitter to pin it rather than just
chalking it, because it will affect the length.
The same guidelines apply to fitting the crotch.
The legs of the pants can be left either plain
or cuffed. The vest should be
fitted so that there is no pulling or sagging
when sitting or standing. It is important check
sitting and stand position to be sure there are
no problems in sitting.
vest should fit smoothly but not bind during normal
movement. It should not balloon when sitting.
It should be long enough to overlap the front
of the pants so that the shirt does not show between
them. A two-button, slim fitting suit is both
classic and stylish, with the color either gray
or navy, but the fabric depends on when to wear
Piece Suit Vested will have either
two side adjusters or the more common back adjuster.
A nested suit would be proportionate to the suit.