Re: What color suits interviews?

Subject: Re: What color suits interviews?
From: Katharine M Schommer <scho0106 -at- GOLD -dot- TC -dot- UMN -dot- EDU>
Date: Thu, 29 Sep 1994 19:09:06 -0500

Marc A. Santacroce wrote:
> Hypothetically: If I don't usually wear a suit to work and I'm going on a
> job interview, it would be a real red flag to show up in a suit one day. So,
> I'd probably have to interview in my "regular" work clothes.

> Would this be a acceptable?
> ?
> ;-{D

Certainly, if your "regular" work clothes are neat, clean, conservative,
and inoffensive! (Note that "suit" is not one of my criteria). Then
again, if you drive to work, you could leave a suit in the car and stop
at a gas station or mall to change clothes on the way to the interview.
Or simply change a t-shirt to a button-down.

Kate Schommer | Avogadro's Number = a mole
scho0106 -at- gold -dot- tc -dot- umn -dot- edu | Avocado's Number = a guacamole
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities |

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