The classic advice to dress for the job you want has a major flaw, and it could make a job interview that much harder
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The advice to "dress for the job you want, not the job you have" has a major flaw, according to one expert.

Senior leaders at a company have earned "a huge bank of credibility" to wear whatever they want," fashion blog founder Kat Griffin told The New York Times — so you can't look to them for advice.

It can get awkward if you're dressed more formally than your interviewers during a job interview, too. It's best to do your homework and learn what's appropriate beforehand, another expert...


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