Hi im just confused what to wear for GTPI @ IIT MADRAS , like i have it scheduled tom - 18th feb , and is it true that most girls wear a business suit?
And if i wear a salwar , would it be make me the odd one out??
or formal shirt and trousers will be ok ??
is it true that most girls wear a business suit? Would a formal shirt and trousers make me odd one out?
Hi, I have in interview coming up on 17th February.
I've decided to go with the following: White shit, dark grey pants, black tie, black shoes with laces and white socks.
My doubt is whether a suit is required or will a blazer do just fine?
I don't have much time left before the interview, I'll be visiting the tailor on thursday, so I don't have much time left to decide. Its getting warmer in kolkata and I'm afraid a suit will be uncomfortable in the heat, I can carry the blazer with me and put it on after reaching the venue.
dress code for girls ?
Hey.. Could anyone please help me out with the dress code for CD/PI for NMIMS?
I'm confused.. Is it important to wear Business Suit? and what could be the most important MBA interview attire for girls? I have my CD/PI in Mumbai in Feb. please help.
light colour shirt......dark colour pant.....tie.......its not mandatory to wear tie....but any if u are comfortable with ...go for it
In my opinion one should wear a well fitting shirt, a tie only if you are omfy with it .... and , if you want, a light coloured blazer/suit.
what you wear does leave a lasting impression, so one should try not to goof up.... wear safe colours like grey, navy, brown etc.... avoid black as it is supposed to be an evening colour, and most gd/pi s are held in the morning/noon......
but the bottom line remains.... wear what you are comfortable in..... formal that is... no shorts...:):):)
can u tell us wht do u mean by formals?
as in just a tie over a shirt or a proper suit?
which 1 shd 1 wear for a GD/PI
Just be formal and wear all that in which u are comfortable... I mean their is no compulsion to wear a tie and suit but yeh u should be in formal.