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Dress for Success
Women’s Interview Attire
  • Choose a navy, black or dark grey two-piece matched suit. If you choose to wear pants, they should be creased and tailored, not tight or flowing.
  • Wear a tailored blouse in a color or small print that coordinates nicely with your suit. Don't show cleavage.
  • If you choose to wear a skirt it should cover your thighs when you are seated. A skirt that ends at the knee when you're standing looks most professional.
  • Choose closed-toe pumps, no stilettos or chunky platforms. Make sure you can walk comfortably in your shoes.
  • Conservative jewelry is best.
  • Stay light on the perfume, keep makeup conservative, have neatly manicured clean nails, and a neat, professional hairstyle.

Men's Interview Attire
  • Choose a basic black, dark gray or dark navy suit and black leather lace-up shoes.
  • Select good quality silk ties. Try to avoid fashion extremes, like character ties, in interviews.
  • Wear dark socks about mid-calf length so no skin is visible when you sit down. Keep your shoes in good condition; make sure they are polished the night before.
  • Conservative jewelry such as a watch is best.
  • Your hair should be neatly styled.
  • If you have facial hair, it should be well-groomed.
  • Try avoiding cologne or aftershave that may overpower the interviewer.

Dress Tips for All
  • First and foremost, no matter what you wear, your clothes should be neat, clean, and fit properly.
  • Make sure there are no missing buttons or lint on your clothes.
  • Be sure there are no odors such as smoke in your clothes.
  • Take a briefcase or nice leather bound portfolio to carry résumé, references or other documents. Leave tattered manila folders or college logo folders at home.
  • Sometimes it is a good idea to place your watch in your pocket once you make it to the entrance so that you're not tempted to look at it during the interview.

What Not to Bring to the Interview
  • Gum
  • Cell phone
  • IPod
  • Coffee or soda
  • Backpack
  • Anything that is distracting during the interview
 
   
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"We have utilized CSS for many, many years. We don't use recruiting firms often, but when we do, CSS is at the top of the list of those I contact. The steps taken by the account executives are above and beyond those of many firms. When learning of an opportunity, CSS works directly with Human Resources and also conducts a brief interview of the hiring manager to ensure they have all of the information they require to be successful in responding to our needs, while at the same time respecting our internal processes and the value of our time. CSS works diligently to evaluate their current resources and potentially locate new candidates to ensure those whom they present to us are qualified. They thoroughly screen not only for the technical fit, but also for cultural fit... and that additional consideration is extremely important to us. Beyond this well-respected (and appreciated!) process, they add a personal touch by being there to introduce the candidate to either myself or the manager with whom their candidate is meeting. It is a company of integrity which not only respects the needs of its clients, but also those of the individuals it is placing, and CSS remains committed to the hiring process from start to finish. Many of the individuals CSS has placed with us over the years are still with the company and have proven to be strong contributors. I would recommend CSS to any organization looking for a firm truly committed to successfully supporting their needs."