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    Guest Diana

    Hi!We are arriving on November 17 and I have a job interview on 19th.

    what should i wear?Black skirt and white top?

    thanks

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    Guest Team 'W'

    smart but casual,it also depends on your personality and what job your applying for.....

    if your happy and relaxed in skirt and blouse thats gud .

    trousers and blouse also smart.

    confidence and big smile you,ll do fine.

    GOOD LUCK.......

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    Guest Lisado

    Hi there

     

    For my interview I wore a black dress with short sleeves and white jacket on top with High heels. I work in a law firm, so I guess its where you are going for a job.

     

    I kept in mind how I would approach an interview back in UK

     

    I was so pleased I dressed smartly.

     

    My husband wore a suit for his.

     

    I was also thinking of how warm it would be

     

    Good Luck

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    Guest ben&sharon

    Hiya,

     

    Levels of formality here are very much the same as the UK when going for an interview - I'd approach it in the same way as any other. You do have the heat to contend with, but most employers have aircon so it'll still be normal temp indoors. I wore a business suit for mine and I'm glad I did; it puts you in the right mindset to give a professional interview.

     

    Good luck!!

     

    Sharon.

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    Guest Jo&Phil

    Good luck for the interview.

    I guess it depends on what type of work you're applying for but ... I think you can never go wrong if you're dressed a little smarter than you think you need to. It's going to be hot but event so business like clothes and shoes (ie: rather than sandals) would be my advice no matter what.

    You can always dress more casually, if that's appropriate, when you get the job.

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