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Thanks again to all for the advice. Had three interviews in all and ended up going with black shoes and tie #2 (wine color). Only mishap was that my first interview was at breakfast and after showering I realized that I hadn't packed my razor. Got one of those disposable razors from the hotel desk, and proceeded to do an awful shaving job with that which left several nicks. Fortunately they weren't that noticeable after waiting a bit. RE the dress of the...
David, thanks for the advice and of course the ties. For those of you that haven't check out Sam Hober ties I recommend them highly. RE statistics classes, yes, people usually struggle through them but often it's partially the instructor's fault since they often do not take the extra effort to make it interesting and connect it to to real world problems.
thanks for the advice. I wasn't thinking the pocket square could be a risk since it is a plain white square, but that is a good point that it should probably be lost to be safe. Looks like there is consensus on the black shoes. RE the tie, even though the maroon dotted tie is my favorite perhaps the first tie or the maroon grenadine are safer. I've actually never worn tie #1 (red w/ blue/white stripes) w/ my blue corneliani suit, usually wearing it w/ a charcoal...
Quote: Originally Posted by voxsartoria Let me give you a statistic: you will be a billion times better dressed than your competitors. Are your interviewers prepared for that, especially the government employee? That's a rhetorical question. - B Yes, that's a good point as PhD statisticians are usually very poorly dressed, myself included pre-SF. My only concern is that I may be very well dressed by SF standards but the interviewer...
All, I have a couple of interviews next week, one with a pharma CRO and the other with the FDA. The same suit will have to be used for both since they will be during a conference on the same day, possibly to be followed up in the future with on-site interviews. I'm 42 and both jobs are Phd statistician jobs. Suit ideas: Blue 2B Corneliani MTM suit (single pleated plants) Blue Isaia 2B pencil stripe suit (flat front pants) Both fit great and are nice suits,...
a couple questions: - the color looks more on the greyish side, although I can clearly see that the buttons are brownish. to help me envision the color better, what color pants/shoes would this go with? - RE the tag, I didn't see either Milano or Roma listed. I have a 54R in the Roma fit, how does this compare? When I measure that jacket at the shoulders seam to seam it's 19". - how is it for summer wear? - can you post a pic of the entire front so I can get a better...
measurements?
I'm looking for a solid tie, burgundy or wine colored. I already have the burgundy grenadine from Sam Hober and am looking for something else similar in color but a bit different, perhaps something w/ more of a shine to it but not too much on the satin side ... since I find that color to be one of the more versatile colors to match with. anyway, any suggestions? I saw the tie below from BB but don't know too much RE the quality as say compared to Sam Hober ... far...
I've been to Sawgrass 3 times and am probably the only person in south FL to go there that many times and fail to buy anything.
I have both their RTM and their MTM. I think the MTM can vary from 100 to 200, with most around 160. the fabric is alumno or cancini. I like them and they seem to have held up pretty good so far (1 year).
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