I would say that I would probably war some khakis and a cute top. Maybe some flip flops too. They probably aren't so interested in what you look like as they are in what you have to say, but try to keep what you wear clean and appropriate. Good Luck with the interview!
Well, you should not wear anything too revealing (even if you're hot!) You should keep it simple and professional.
formal ones.. don't wear the type of clothes ur mom doesn't approve of . depends on what ur budget is... u can go from dolce and gabanna to abercrombie and fitch or old navy.
goth pants and chains.
A blazer, button up, and some nice slacks. They are going to be looking at you from every angle and what better way to impress the one you are seeking to help you in the process of going into you career? No matter what your major may be, you want to look like you are college material. You'll be able to go back to jeans and sweats once you are in the door.
You want to dress business appropriate. While a college is your gateway into the job market, you have to think that a college is also a business. They will be looking at you, not only as a mental asset, but also, if someone else were to visit the campus and saw you, what image would you portray.
Go to JCPenney and get something there. Plenty of options to cover your budget and even if it isn't something you'll wear again, it won't break you.
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Any type of clothes would do. Dressing up is a way of expresssing oneself as long as you dont cross dress during the interview. Eventually when you start going to college, appropriate dress code will be imposed by the school.
when u go to an interview u should wear formal clothes try to wear colared shirts, 3/4 to full length sleeves (they look more professional) and just clothes that aren't too revealing
good luck with ur interview :D
Dont do what everybody does, be original. How about pink bermudas with a tophat and cowboy boots? If the interviewer comments on your bizzare choice of clothing comment back on his and be equally agressive about it.
As for shops, difficult, but try any flea market as a starting point.
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