When it comes to a new job, the interview isn’t the only place to which you should consider wearing a suit and tie. While the dress code at your new workplace may range from casual to business formal, your objective the first day is to make a good impression on your new coworkers – and, most importantly, your superiors.
Dress Slightly More Conservatively than the Dress Code
Knowing the dress code in your new workplace will go a long ways toward helping you choose an outfit – and easing some of your anxiety as to whether it’s appropriate. But how do you find out what dress code you should follow?
For many men, a tie collection is among their most prized possessions. Such a man might have dozens or even hundreds of ties, all of which he cares for meticulously.
Even if you are not all that jazzed up about your ties, though, caring for them properly is important. The condition of the ties you wear has a bearing on your professional image. If you wear ties that are wrinkled, stained, or worn, your bosses and coworkers may interpret the quality of your work as less effective than it really is. Moreover, companies are more likely to promote people who will reflect a positive image for the company, so it is in your career’s best interests to dress the part.
Are you looking for a way to change up your look this fall? Men’s fashion is taking on a bright new look as cooler weather sets in. Keep reading to find out more about the new look – and how to best adapt it to fit your own personal style.