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post #31 of 33
I like the paisley tie on day one.

As for wearing a tie on the casual day, I'd tell them: "I saw an opportunity to dress well, and I took advantage of it."

As I implied on my earlier responses to the other thread: you're interviewing them too; if they're so tight-assed that they'd knock you down a peg for wearing a tie, you need to know that on the way in, or to weigh this offer against other offers.

You do know that you will be far and away the best-dressed person there, right?
post #32 of 33
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Originally Posted by Mr. Checks
I like the paisley tie on day one.

As for wearing a tie on the casual day, I'd tell them: "I saw an opportunity to dress well, and I took advantage of it."

As I implied on my earlier responses to the other thread: you're interviewing them too; if they're so tight-assed that they'd knock you down a peg for wearing a tie, you need to know that on the way in, or to weigh this offer against other offers.

You do know that you will be far and away the best-dressed person there, right?

I love to dress up so when i can i do. Also on talking to my career services department they recommended a blue shirt, tie, and blazer with dark pants. So i'm kind of going with that but with my own flair. As for being the dress person there thanks for the complement but i have you guys to thank for helping me dress for the last year+.

Oh and when i chose my outfit i'll let you guys knows, and its funny my GF really likes the brioni with outfit one and the massimo with 2, and really doesn't like the paisley, i might be buying a new paisly orange with green, lavender, and white in it tommarow, but thinking on the paisely and brioni right now.
post #33 of 33
Dumb question - but how are any of the options "business casual"?
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