I have an interview at Hot Topic tomorrow and I'm not sure what to wear. Most of the people I see working at the store are wearing Hot Topic-like clothing, but I've always felt that interviews command a more business-like style of dress, no matter where you're applying.
When I worked at Hollister, my manager would routinely refuse to interview anyone who came to the interview dressed in non-professional clothes, even if they dressed in the typical Hollister style.
Should I play it safe and dress professionally?
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I say play it safe and dress professionally. There used to be this business show on I used to watch where people would look for investments from these business people, they'd have to do an interview and all that good stuff, I remember there was one guy who refused to take anyone seriously unless they were dressed professionally. I think being dressed professionally makes an impression that you're serious about what you do, no matter what that may be. I think it leaves a good imprint on a potential employers mind too, that's just my opinion :)0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE