12 ladies' suits and dresses you should try on your next job interview to stand out among candidates
By IzindabaZabantu | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 16863 views
There are very few places where the first impression counts more importantly than at a job interview. Forget about even a first date she will give you a benefit of the doubt, forget even the first time you are called to speak before a crowd they will always give you a second chance but not a company when you perform poorly at an interview.
Thus why its of paramount importance to dress well , properly and decently when you are going for a job interview. The tricky is to stand out among the other candidates without looking like you are trying too much. Make sure your hairstyle is on point wear heals useless you are not comfortable. Choose a nice dress or suit but not the one that are in fashion because chances are you will soon found yourself wearing the same thing as person next to you. So here are samples of dress and suits that you can wear to stand out.
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