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What should I wear for an interview to be a receptionist at a salon tomorrow?

I'm interviewing tomorrow for a receptionist job and I'm not exactly sure what to wear. Should I go with heels or flats? Dark jeans or black pants? What kind of shirt?

Asked By: - 2/1/2010
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Heels, black pants and a very stylish shirt. Make sure you look immaculate, these are very aesthetically-driven professionals.
Answered By: Aporia - 2/1/2010
Additional Answers (6)
If you do not know the company's culture you must wear appropriate, standard business attire, and that would be a simple dark colored suit, or skirt, top, and jacket, and a low heeled shoe with something covering your legs... More
Answered By: Moi - 2/1/2010
 
Depends on the salon, in my opinion. Business casual is probably ok, but you may want to go with nicer pants and a nice top. Make sure your hair is tip-top tho!
Answered By: fizixx - 2/1/2010
 
You should wear heels that are professional, black pants either a nice blouse or shirt make sure neither is revealing.
Answered By: Nonnie - 2/1/2010
 
NEVER wear jeans to an interview unless you don't care about the job -common sense! Always wear slacks/long skirt, a collared shirt/business jacket/closed toed shoes (no sandals of any kind). You can wear heels, but they are only appropriate if they are a couple of inches high...not more than 3 inches at the most. Do... More
Answered By: The Devil's Original Concubi - 2/1/2010
 
I took a class on how to have a successful interview. First impression is everything! Don't wear anything denim! You can't go wrong with black dress pants and a nice blouse with or without a jacket. Try not to show too much skin. If you are going to show your arms then don't wear a skirt and vice-versa. If you are... More
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