I recently had a chance to interview several recent college graduates. We talked about the opportunities that were opening up to them, now that they had their degrees. The conversation then turned to interviewing skills and general interviewing tips for their job hunt. I wasn’t expecting the moral conversation about wardrobing that was about to follow.
As we talked about how to dress professionally, one of the grads started talking about how she is always prepared because she buys a new outfit for each interview and then returns it. She talked about how the hardest item to return was shoes. When you wear them outside, they immediately begin to show wear on the soles- retailers look for that at the returns desk. Everything else was pretty easy to return.
She figured out that if a suit jacket has the price tag on the sleeve she could bend the plastic on the attachment and slide it carefully through the hole in the price tag. Instead of clipping the plastic piece, she pushes it back inside the sleeve for the interview.
After she is done, she bends the plastic end back through the hole of the price tag. By doing this, the employer never sees the evidence of her wardrobing, and the retailer that she is returning the outfit to never suspect anything because the tag is still attached.
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