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What should I wear to meet a potential employer if were meeting at a casual location?

I do insurance sales for agents and there's one who wants to hire me. I don't really know if I want the job, but he has been bugging me. We are going to meet at a restaurant for drinks to talk a little bit about it so I'm not sure what to wear.(I'm a male by the way) It's not an interview it's just pretty much him convincing me why I should work for him. So what would be a good way to dress for this type of event?

Asked By: YO YO - 4/27/2012
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Always dress your best. Sounds dumb and obvious.. I know. I just had an interview for a Warehouse position and I was ragged on for wearing a collared, flannel shirt, khakis and tennis shoes. Always dress to impress... No matter what the job is.
Answered By: Douglas Cleland - 4/27/2012
Additional Answers (6)
If it's not a formal interview, I would dress business casual.
Answered By: Mister Ed - 4/27/2012
 
khakis and dark blazer with white shirt
Answered By: Sig - 4/27/2012
 
jeans, casual but clean shoes (eg a nice pair of converse, vans or similar), a shirt and a nice but comfortable jacket. if you want you can wear a tie if it is your style but keep the top button of the shirt undone.
Answered By: Alice - 4/27/2012
 
Wear what ever is appropriate for the job, regardless of where the interview takes place.
Answered By: McJ - 4/27/2012
 
decent fitted jeans, decent boots (not fancy), button down shirt with white tee underneath.
Answered By: DRE - 4/27/2012
 
Halfway between the suit and tie you would wear actually doing the job, and the jeans and t shirt you'd be wearing anyway. Definitely a jacket.
Answered By: bluebellbkk - 4/27/2012
 
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