3 Kinds of Shoes that You Shouldn’t Wear to a Job Interview
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3 Kinds of Shoes that You Shouldn’t Wear to a Job Interview

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3 KINDS OF SHOES THAT YOU SHOULDN’T WEAR TO A JOB INTERVIEW Women are addicted to shoes. Shoes can be the deciding factor in your outfit.To successfully pull this off, you don’t need to be knowledgeable in all trends.

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Published 02 August 2012
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3KINDS OFSHOES THATYOUSHOULDNTWEAR TO AJOBINTERVIEWWomen are addicted to shoes. Shoes can be the deciding factor in your outfit.To successfully pull this off, you don’t need to be knowledgeable in all trends. Here are some shoes to avoid for your benefit of nailing that interview. TOWERINGHEELSNo one wants to deal with your complaining about how swollen your feet are from wearing those towering heels.Sacrificing pain for the sake of beauty during a time where you need to feel confident and comfortable such as a big interview is not advisable.Do not forget that the interviewer is after your abilities, not by the look of yourdiscount shoes. Anything more than 3 inches will give you something to whine about especially if you plan to walk in them all day. INFORMALSNEAKERSSneakers are also a big “no-no” even on a rainy day. Why? They show that unprofessional side of you.Do you want them to think that you had just come from a marathon and didn’t have the decency to change thosediscount shoes?It could mean that you are not serious about the job interview if you look laid back.Shoes that are appropriate for corporate office wear must be changed into even if you are commuting to your interview.In order to get a good first impression from your interviewer, you need to take the job interview seriously.Know how to dress your feet appropriately for the occasion even if the interviewer can’t see them. BOLDSANDALS
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A job interview does not call for open-toedRunning Shoesand sandals as footwear options. Being too casual is not the impression you want to leave with your interviewer.Save those discount shoesfor leisurely walks outside of the office. Preparing to step out of your comfort zone is vital in order to make sure you get past that job interview.Once you’ve been hired, observe or even ask what the dress code is for the office.Your comfortablediscount shoesshould find its way back into the cabinet while you find your way to more appropriatediscount shoesfor work. Not being an official member of a company does not mean you can wear dilapidateddiscount shoes. It will almost confirm your failure for a job interview even if they are your favorite pair. Feel free to bring a pair ofdiscount shoesthat are both presentable and easy to wear for the whole day. It is to our pleasure to know that you have learned something from the instructions we have given out.A pair of smartdiscount shoesfor an interview should be dark in color, closed toes, spotless and having heels not higher than 3 inches.These simple tips will make you ready if you follow them correctly. Online Web 2.0 Version “3 Kinds of Shoes That You Shouldn't Wear to a Job InterviewYou can read the online version of this press releasehere.
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