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    I know this is quite possibly an insane thing to worry about. But I'm getting desperate for a job, so I'm going out round pubs and cafes and stuff distributing CVs and generally looking for employment. What sort of thing should I wear?
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    I wouldn't worry about dressing up (i.e. suit), but I know that when people come into my workplace looking for a job, I personally feel it looks bad, if they're wearing old/scruffy clothes. I would dress well, i.e. clean clothes which are in good condition. If you wear make-up, don't be too extreme, same goes for clothes, and ensure your hair is sitting well. This may sound awful - but first impressions do last!
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    You will obviously never see it, but the hilarious thing is that the adbox next to your question mark is currently displaying lingerie.
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    Really really doesn't matter. They'll be more interested in your CV, I work in a restaurant and most of the time we take CVs from people are give them to the boss, we don't mention what they looked like.
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    (Original post by Citygirl31)
    I wouldn't worry about dressing up (i.e. suit), but I know that when people come into my workplace looking for a job, I personally feel it looks bad, if they're wearing old/scruffy clothes. I would dress well, i.e. clean clothes which are in good condition. If you wear make-up, don't be too extreme, same goes for clothes, and ensure your hair is sitting well. This may sound awful - but first impressions do last!
    Ahh thank you. So plainish, nothing mental, but nothing too work-y... I can do that.

    Where do you work?
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    I work in an independent shop. We sell women's clothing and accessories.
 
 
 
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