Originally Posted by Klobber
Wear a normal Navy single breasted suit. DB has a love hate relationship with people.
I am one of those that love them.
Interview should be about you, not the clothes. A good well fitted SB suit, on a young buck loaded with confidence, the job will be in the bag
k you Sir!I am one of those that love too, specially the more modern fitted ones.Than
Originally Posted by mr.orange
DB could be too...in your face IMO.
Hence my dilema
Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum
For most interviews that would certainly be the case, but that might not apply so much to an interview for a job actually selling clothes.
One of the reason think it would ok, I wear all the time
Originally Posted by landshark
It could work, but if you have to ask, I'd skip it. I say this because if you had a truly kick ass DB suit you wouldn't hesitate to wear it.
I don't want to look better the interviewer, LOL, just kidding
Originally Posted by GBR
If it is your only suitable suit and it is of a classic style not some modern take on DB, then probably OK. they are not terribly fashionbable but if you have no single breasted example then yes.
Sorry to disappoint you sir, I can only pull of the more recent ones.
Originally Posted by Quadcammer
most people probably interview at bloomingdales in black pants, square toed shoes and some shiny stretch fit shirt
You are so right, people working in there wearing square and ill fitted clothes. Speaking of which I think I have to start a new a thread about how ill dressed are some of those sales person.