Professional interview dress code for females and males in India

The way we dress up has a huge impact on our confidence level. So it's important to dress up properly for an interview. If you are preparing for your placements, you already understand the importance of a proper dress code in the corporate world.

Formal dress code for women


Interview dress code for female and male in India
  • In India, women are often confused when it comes to dressing for an interview. The reason is that they could not decide whether to opt for western outfits or the traditional Indian formals. Since most of the companies allow both of them, you should choose the one you feel more comfortable in.
  • If you go for Indian formals, use plain cotton sarees or Salwar Kameez with plain dupatta. Avoid low-cut necklines. Prefer light pastel shades. Don’t use very colorful clothes.
  • When choosing western formals, use plain light-colored blouse with formal trouser or skirt of conservative length, up to the knee. Prefer dark shades for the trouser. In winters, a blazer or conservative suit can be used.
  • Avoid too much make-up and use simple jewelry.
  • Use low heels so that you feel comfortable.

Formal dress code for Men:


Dress code for interview in India for Men
  • Men can wear a plain light colored formal shirt and a tie. Trouser should be plain and of dark shade. In winters, wear a conservative suit or blazer of solid (e.g. black/navy) color.
  • The tie should be simple, conservative, and not too flashy. It should match the color of shirt or suit.
  • The shirt should be tucked-in, and shoes should be well polished.
  • Hair should be neat and clean.
  • Avoid jeans and T-shirts.

Also, take care of the following things:

  • Use comfortable cotton clothes.
  • Get your clothes cleaned and ready a day before the interview.
  • Before going for an interview, ensure that you have all the required clothes.
  • The nails and teeth should be neat and clean. 
  • Hair should not be too long.
  • Shoes should be polished.
  • Take care of your body odor. Use a deodorant after taking bath.
  • Never wear sneakers, noisy shoes, or very high heels for an interview.
  • Never bring chewing-gum, coffee, soda, iPod, etc. to the interview.
  • Wear a smile on the face.
All the best for your interview.

Comment below and tell us what kind of attire you prefer for interviews.

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