Should I Wear Jordan To A University Interview?!

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So i'm awkward with these type of things, should i wear my white jordans to a University (good) interview?
I can go in a suit or full casual i have no in-between, please help.
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So i'm awkward with these type of things, should i wear my white jordans to a University (good) interview?
I can go in a suit or full casual i have no in-between, please help.
Depends entirely on you what kind of impression you want to leave for interviewers about yourself and your attitude towards this interview.
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Always wear a suit to an interview.
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wear them Jordans and tell them who you are
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Jordans and Bball shorts and jersey.
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Always wear a suit to an interview.
But no one else will wear a suit i don't think
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But no one else will wear a suit i don't think
Well you will stand out then, which is exactly what you want in an interview.
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Depends entirely on you what kind of impression you want to leave for interviewers about yourself and your attitude towards this interview.
Obviously a good one, but i don't want to be the odd one out wearing a suit because i would find that sooooo awkward!
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Well you will stand out then, which is exactly what you want in an interview.
Not really, it's an interview for a university course..
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If you're questioning whether it's appropriate, it's most likely not....
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Always wear a suit to an interview.
Only if it's a formal interview. For informal ones, most just wear smart casual clothing.
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Not really, it's an interview for a university course..
So even more of a reason to stand out. There will be hundreds of applicants.
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Only if it's a formal interview. For informal ones, most just wear smart casual clothing.
Every "informal" interview I have had were pretty formal. As a rule of thumb it stands pretty solid.
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Every "informal" interview I have had were pretty formal. As a rule of thumb it stands pretty solid.
I could also argue that all my informal interview no-one wore a suit.
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Wearing a suit to a uni interview is a bit odd

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I could also argue that all my informal interview no-one wore a suit.
How many people were in your informal interviews?
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How many people were in your informal interviews?
4, and some of my friends had the same interview at a different days. This was only at one interview, the others I asked people what they worn beforehand.

It generally depends on the place, but its much safer to wear a suit if you have no clue.
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Wearing a suit to a uni interview is a bit odd

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Yeah, i thought so too. What else could i wear?
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If you're questioning whether it's appropriate, it's most likely not....
Yeah but i also questioned weather a suit was, so i have no idea what to wear as i have nothing. I only have a suit because of my school, the normal for me is just super casual.
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So even more of a reason to stand out. There will be hundreds of applicants.
I'm not sure if i'll be standing out in the right kind of way though. :/
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