Company are going to judge you on many points. Being on time, how you look, and
how you communicate. The last point is probably the most important because it is
what you say and how you say it that will resonate with the interview the most.
In the event you are not dressed as professionally as you should be or maybe
even overdressed, your ability to articulate what you have done and what you can
do will overcompensate for the wardrobe hiccup. If you answer their questions
intelligently and concisely, and ask great questions of your own based on your
research about interviewing, such as this article and scoured their website to
learn about their product and services -- they will forget about what you are
wearing and will become engaged in the conversation with you. They will know you
did your homework and are not just going through the motions and assuming you
have the job just because they called you in. Moreover, they will realize that
you are not looking for just any job -- that you care about where you work and
want to know more about the company, not just the hours and salary.
You have one chance to deliver a great performance. If you play your cards well,
you will get a second change to impress them again in a follow up interview.
Research the company and put together a set of questions that show the
interviewer that you understand what their company does and would like to know
more about how the position you are interview for plays into the overall