RE: Question about dressing for job interviews
I am assuming by this thread that an Eton dress coat, Lord West wing collar
pressed shirt, a white bow tie, onyx cufflinks, sock and trouser
suspenders, a splash of Brut 33 aftershave and wing tip shoes are no longer
appropriate attire for Tech. Writing interviews. ;-)
Hey, _I_ would have appreciated the get-up till you got to the Brut 33. I'm allergic to most scents, and that one in particular makes me sneeze and wheeze quite spectacularly.
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