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post #16 of 22
I think that it is more frequent among women to worry about being seen with the same outfit twice (or, the horror, to find out that someone else at the interview is wearing the same outfit!!!!). Maybe it would look a bit strange if you apply for a job that presuposes that you have been used to work in a suit wearing environment and turn up to each of the four interviews with the same suit. But to turn up to the third interview wearing the first suit would certainly do no harm in this machine building industry.
As many just said, I would just wear a different tie. And instead of a white shirts, maybe something with stripes.
post #17 of 22
you may notice that germans are slightly less inclined to wear white shirts, I would wear blue or striped.

but, yes, nobody is going to care if you wear the same two suits over. good luck
post #18 of 22
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Thanks everyone for your replies.
post #19 of 22
I am curious though,what did you mean when you said you could bespeak another suit? Purchase another suit or have it made in such a short time?
Agree with others that grey suit will be just fine,as long as it is nothing flashy. I'd change the shirt and tie.
post #20 of 22
Since wearing the same suit but just change shirt and tie will make you look like you're in completely different outfit altogether is very easy to do, why take the chance??
post #21 of 22
I've never needed even a second interview. 3rd and 4th interview sounds like a company of people that are either not organized or unqualified to have you. Heads up...if they tell you 'we're like a family here'..run! or work there, and find out how they treat family.
post #22 of 22
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I am curious though,what did you mean when you said you could bespeak another suit? Purchase another suit or have it made in such a short time?
Agree with others that grey suit will be just fine,as long as it is nothing flashy. I'd change the shirt and tie.

My tailor can make me a suit in 3 weeks. He requires 2-3 days between the two fittings, then 1 week to make it up.
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