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Posts by Bann7560

Thanks everyone. This is absolutely some great advice to go on. Apologies if the title was a little misleading. Sounds like, assuming the new job warrants a suit to the interview, it's best to find a work around to be sure I can wear one. Having graduated from business school a number of years ago, it's difficult to wrap my head around not wearing a suit to an interview. However, perhaps in some cases it is acceptable; if it fits with the culture of the new company.
I know typically a conservative, well fitted suit is the best thing to wear to a standard interview. However, my issue is that I work in a very casual office- the fact my dress shirt is tucked into my jeans today makes me more dressed up then many in the office. If I wear a suit to the office on a day I have to leave for an interview I will almost certainly raise suspicions and questions. Do I sacrifice the formal wear in order to not draw attention to myself? A little...
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