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What To Wear To An Airline / Cabin Crew / Air Hostess / Flight Attendant Interview?

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Very formal clothing
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I will wear a skirt suite,stockings and shoes
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Men’s Interview Attire:

SUIT:

  • Light Colored Jacket and Pants
  • Wear a simple shirt collar, such as a traditional straight point or a slightly less dressy button-down, avoiding tab collars, pins or wide English spreads. Also avoid monograms or jaunty contrasting white-collar-and-cuffs. And no French cuffs, which will help you avoid any cuff link mistakes.

TIE:

  • The tie is extremely important, since it is the first thing someone notices in a man’s outfit. An all-over, neat pattern, a small dot or a classic stripe all work well. Avoid anything wild, overly bright or statement-making.
  • Ties with simple repeating patterns can be good for a job interview as long as those patterns are as simple as possible.

KNOT:

  • A knot type to use on an interview will depend on a shirt collar you chose, as well as on the type of the tie and your own face structure.

SHOES:

  • black lace-up shoes are far better than casual penny loafers or anything gimmicky with buckles or straps. Never underestimate the importance of a good shoeshine. And black socks only, ones that are long enough to cover your ankles if you cross your legs but not bulky.
  • The shoes should be neat and well-polished.

SOCKS:

  • 1.Your socks should match the trousers and/or shoes and be possibly solid and dark in color. The rule of thumb here is that socks must not draw people’s attention.

JEWELRY:

  • When it comes to jewelry, the main thing to remember is that the simpler and less of it – the better. Wedding rings, of course, are always acceptable.

WATCH:

  • Avoid wearing digital, sporty watches, as well as those overwhelmed with various dial plates, huge tachymeters, world time zone plates etc.
  • It is better to use a watch with a leather band, but in the United States a metal one is acceptable too.

BELT:

  • A belt should be made of leather and match the color and possibly the quality of leather on your shoes.

HAIR:

  • Trimmed and freshly combed hair.
  • No Spikes

NAILS:

  • Nails should be clean.

Fragrance:

  • A very little of cologne can be okay. Do not apply too much of it for an interviewer not to suffocate if in a small room, where you might be interviewed. Anyway, it is still advised to use some neutral-smell.

Women’s Interview Attire:

Pick something classy if you don't wear a suit:

  • Pick a suit that fits you well and isn't too flashy. Stick to darker colors
  • Clean and iron your outfit.

Conservative shoes:

  • Don't pick something you can't walk in. If you don't like heels, stick to something low and basic.

Don't wear too much jewelry:

  • Keep it simple. For instance, a small chain and a pair of smallish earrings. In addition, don't wear too many rings.
  • No jewelry is better than cheap jewelry.

Don't go overboard on makeup:

Go for a more natural look, and don't go overboard on designs or colors.

  • Pick a natural, neutral concealer to hide flaws, followed by a neutral powder to help take care of shininess. Use blush that goes with your complexion; usually warm pink or peach is a good choice.
  • For your eyes, a light brown or one slightly darker than your skin tone can add dimension without looking like you're wearing eye shadow. You can use eyeliner, but try light gray and just lightly dot it on your upper eyelid.
  • Finally, choose a lipstick or lip tint that is basically the same color as your lips.
  • Keep all of it light. Basically, you want to look like you're not actually wearing makeup, but you want to even out your skin tone and add a bit of color.

Professional hairstyle:

  • Simple hairstyles are better.

Perfume:

  • A very little of cologne can be okay. Do not apply too much of it for an interviewer not to suffocate if in a small room, where you might be interviewed. Anyway, it is still advised to use some neutral-smell.

Nails:

  • Neatly manicured clean nails

Carry a briefcase:

  • 1. If you have important papers to carry, don't forget to add a professional-looking briefcase. Use a dark color, and try to pick one that's more modern. Leather is always a nice choice.

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