Men's Interview Attire

Appropriate Industries:
Communications, Entertainment, Media, Merchandise, Software, Travel.
Why:
This is a great example of a classic suit done with a modern flair; in these formal yet progressive industries, you can incorporate more of your personal style in your look. This suit has a fashionable 'slim cut', yet it's done in a traditional dark navy. The shirt is a pale blue contrasts the suit, but the tie is what gives this outfit its punch; it's a contrasting incorporating yet another shade of blue. This ensemble says, "I'm polished, professional, and hip". Which for the above industries, is exactly the look that will get you in the door.
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Appropriate Industries:
Pharmaceutical, Financial, Insurance, Medical, Office Automation.
Why:
This suit has 'traditional' written all over it. The jacket has a traditional two-button cut and is in basic black. The shirt is crisp and plain, and the grey thin tie s a nice tone-on-tone statement without being too contemporary. The pocket square and tie bar are a nice retro touch without being tongue in cheek; they're a playful yet appropriate way to display some panache in these very conservative industries. Notice the length of the cuffs; this is the perfect amount of cuff to have showing below your jacket.
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Appropriate Industries:
Advertising, Computer, Internet, Technical, Software.
Why:
This suit is sharp, with a modern slim cut. It's also in a lighter weight and color of fabric; this is moving away from a very conservative suit. The spread-wing collar and contrasting tie gives it a very polished yet playful finishing touch. This is an appropriate look for a high level position in a more creative industry. His cuffs are hitting the right place on his wrist, but we think his jacket sleeve could be just a wee bit shorter - you want a good 3/4 of an inch of cuff showing.
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Appropriate Industries:
Automotive, Engineering, Food & Beverage, Industrial, Manufacturing, Office Automation, Security.
Why:
This ensemble is very tailored and very classic but is a slightly less formal look without a tie. It would be appropriate for sales professionals in service, industrial or trade industries. If you're interviewing in an industry where you fear being overdressed for an interview, this is a perfect balance of attention to detail and tailoring, while at the same time showing that you understand the industry standards. His jacket is a two-button which is very classic, and the shirt has some very subtle pattern to give it a little life. It's true that sometimes casual is appropriate...but please, whatever you do, never wear a short-sleeved dress shirt with a jacket. Ever. Seriously.
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