Which tie is best for an Interview?

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  1. cruxisfalcon

    cruxisfalcon Well-Known Member

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    I would coordinate the fisher blue tie with a white shirt. More professional! The background will be brighter compared to the rest of the ties.
     
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  3. Quadcammer

    Quadcammer Senior member

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    blue and red stripe, but none of them are great.
     


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    Or go out and buy a solid navy tie. But in the end it doesn't really matter compared to how well you actually perform in the interview.
     
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    +1
     


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    I'd recommend a solid tie as well, but if you have those with you, try the grey stripes.
     


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    concentrate on what you're going to say on the interview but as for the tie, the gray one looks ok.
     


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    Definitely go all out on the interview, just do your best and worry less about your attire, but I would agree on this one with the gray.
     


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