the style meister
If you have questionable style, ask CC for help
A: Well from my experience in the employment industry and as an employer, it really depends on the actual job one is applying for.
I think it’s not always about looking the part, it’s about being ready to start straight away!
So should you have all the required paperwork approved and ready to go.
Wear the appropriate clothing as if you were going to start there and then on the spot!
If you do your homework about the position you are applying for you should then know what the standard attire or uniform requires.
Say, in hospitality, most have black slacks and a white shirt or supply a uniformed top, so wear the same, with a top as close to their colour as possible.
In business look at what peers in equivalent positions are wearing.
If at an on-site job, wear your steel-caps, and King Gees with an Esky of water.
If the job you are applying for requires a shirt and tie, then wear it.
If a tie is optional it would be best to wear one.
Clynt Connor: The Event Studio Master of makeovers, man of style. email questions to PMS@theeventstudio.com.au