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For those who have interviewed or are planning to, what are you wearing?
I'm sure there must be a thread on this somewhere, but let's start.

I have a black suit so far, but I am thinking of adding a grey one.

Ladies, pant suits or skirts?
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For those who have interviewed or are planning to, what are you wearing?
I'm sure there must be a thread on this somewhere, but let's start.

I have a black suit so far, but I am thinking of adding a grey one.

Ladies, pant suits or skirts?
According to what I've heard from AMG residents and SDN, a black suit is not a good idea. A black suit is either for a funeral or as evening wear. Grey, Navy blue and other conventional colors are cool.

I'm XY, so count me out of the skirt topic
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According to what I've heard from AMG residents and SDN, a black suit is not a good idea. A black suit is either for a funeral or as evening wear. Grey, Navy blue and other conventional colors are cool.

I'm XY, so count me out of the skirt topic
I'm XX, I should go get a navy suit then.
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I have a dark gray suit, and a navy blue suit. I plan to use the blue one more than the dark gray one.

I'm more concerned about the dinner the night before. I'm thinking business casual... aka dress shirt/pants/shoes... minus the tie? will that be okay?
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I have a dark gray suit, and a navy blue suit. I plan to use the blue one more than the dark gray one.

I'm more concerned about the dinner the night before. I'm thinking business casual... aka dress shirt/pants/shoes... minus the tie? will that be okay?
Yeah I was thinking the same. What exactly is a dress shirt though? And I was thinking khakis for pants.

And what shoes exactly? definitely not my "for interview only" formal shoes.
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I think they should let us know for the pre IV dinner how casual/formal it is. You can always ask the PC.
I heard they tell you ' jeans are cool ' or ' casual wear' etc.
I would say wear slacks/khakis, button up shirt, even the tie is ok, depends on what other people are wearing. You want to blend in.

I'd wear slacks with a nice blouse or sweator or add a what do you call them, the front open formal sweator type thingies, I have a CK one that I wore to doctor meetings for my USCEs.
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Yeah I was thinking the same. What exactly is a dress shirt though? And I was thinking khakis for pants.

And what shoes exactly? definitely not my "for interview only" formal shoes.
Shirts that have a collar and buttons. Made to be worn under a suit or just with dress pants.

For guys its simple. Dress shoes on both dinner and interview. Thank God we dont have to deal with the heels and all that hot mess.
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For those who have interviewed or are planning to, what are you wearing?
I'm sure there must be a thread on this somewhere, but let's start.

I have a black suit so far, but I am thinking of adding a grey one.

Ladies, pant suits or skirts?
I am planning on using a black skirt suit. It is the one from my graduation and I simply don't want to spend money on a new one. This whole application/interview process is already costing a fortune...
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Shirts that have a collar and buttons. Made to be worn under a suit or just with dress pants.

For guys its simple. Dress shoes on both dinner and interview. Thank God we dont have to deal with the heels and all that hot mess.
I know we have to wear heels but it really annoys me when they make click click sounds on the wooden floors.
I feel like everyone around me is listening to the sounds of my shoes
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I think they should let us know for the pre IV dinner how casual/formal it is. You can always ask the PC.
I heard they tell you ' jeans are cool ' or ' casual wear' etc.
I would say wear slacks/khakis, button up shirt, even the tie is ok, depends on what other people are wearing. You want to blend in.

I'd wear slacks with a nice blouse or sweator or add a what do you call them, the front open formal sweator type thingies, I have a CK one that I wore to doctor meetings for my USCEs.
Lol. I dont think it will be a good idea, because the dinner thing is a part of interview, and you should never ask your potential employer what you should wear to the interview.
Dinner is a chance for them to assess you before your interview, and how you interact in a general non-formal interview setting... so i would dress as closely to a professional attire on the dinner itself.
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I am planning on using a black skirt suit. It is the one from my graduation and I simply don't want to spend money on a new one. This whole application/interview process is already costing a fortune...
I'm going with pants cuz I just don't like skirts. I am not comfortable in dress skirts
I love skirts for casual wear lol.
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Lol. I dont think it will be a good idea, because the dinner thing is a part of interview, and you should never ask your potential employer what you should wear to the interview.
Dinner is a chance for them to assess you before your interview, and how you interact in a general non-formal interview setting... so i would dress as closely to a professional attire on the dinner itself.
Oh I heard from people that they usually let you know where it is and what the dress code is.
It can range from like a hangout place to a nice restaurant to even some resident's home...
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Oh I heard from people that they usually let you know where it is and what the dress code is.
It can range from like a hangout place to a nice restaurant to even some resident's home...
Really. Oh well i hope im told too so i dont feel the need to ask. I was just told, a resident will get in touch with me to let me know about the dinner the night before.
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Really. Oh well i hope im told too so i dont feel the need to ask. I was just told, a resident will get in touch with me to let me know about the dinner the night before.
They should...you can get an idea of dress code from the location I guess.
Friends of mine have had these dinners anywhere from bars to upscale restaurants. obviously two very different dress codes!
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They should...you can get an idea of dress code from the location I guess.
Friends of mine have had these dinners anywhere from bars to upscale restaurants. obviously two very different dress codes!
so how about wearing a black skirt dress on the dinner and navy blue pant suit on the interview ?? plzz gimme some ideas..
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so how about wearing a black skirt dress on the dinner and navy blue pant suit on the interview ?? plzz gimme some ideas..
skirt dress sounds good. like i said depends on the type of dinner it is. khakis w/ a sweater would also do if it's cold.
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Shirts that have a collar and buttons. Made to be worn under a suit or just with dress pants.

For guys its simple. Dress shoes on both dinner and interview. Thank God we dont have to deal with the heels and all that hot mess.
How I envy you! Being a XY is so much easier this time of year. No need to think about hair, make up, etc. This is the only time in my life where I think a crew cut for XX might be appealing for the sake of ease in styling it.
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I think its really very easy for women..We could either wear a skirt or trousers...We have options!! The only issue might be with shoes in the winter..Ladies, if there's a lot of snow, keep a set of booties without heels ready..They work really well for the season..If there's no snow, just wear pumps with heels that are not too high..I bought a suit with both skirt and trousers..Have appropriate shoes.
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How I envy you! Being a XY is so much easier this time of year. No need to think about hair, make up, etc. This is the only time in my life where I think a crew cut for XX might be appealing for the sake of ease in styling it.
Very true. We just need a haircut, and polished shoes
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Very true. We just need a haircut, and polished shoes
No fair
I have really long hair i couldnt even decide what to do with it during cs. but then i saw ppl who had their long flowy hair just open like they were on a red carpet.
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I have really long hair i couldnt even decide what to do with it during cs. but then i saw ppl who had their long flowy hair just open like they were on a red carpet.
lol cant go wrong with that thing you girls call... bun, is it? on the other hand leaving them down wont do any harm.
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lol cant go wrong with that thing you girls call... bun, is it? on the other hand leaving them down wont do any harm.
hair down isn't professional at all i think.
yeah bun. or french twist. something up where no hair is going to be in my face during the interview lol.
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Should we carry a purse or portfolio bag for women? .. Should the portfolio bag match our sandals.. Also is it advisable to wear navy blue skirt and black sandals?? Please help
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Shud guys carry a portfolio case or a bag ????
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Blue and black are fine..Generally people don't mix browns with blacks..But I don't think its professional to wear sandals..You can either wear pumps or boots or shoes..I think its sooo old fashioned to match the bag with shoes...Just carry a neutral color handbag and you'll be fine.
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Short skirts and high heels are always a big plus.

But there is a guideline in a book. I forgot the title "The successful match" or something like it.

Generally it says that you want to be with brighter colors.
I would say No to a black suit. Consider charcoal, light gray, tan, something to show that you are a happy-go-lucky kind of guy.
Shave, clean haircut, clean nails, polished shoes, the standard stuff.

Oh, here is a hint. Support the university colors! Check what are the colors of the team, and buy the tie to match.

I remember last year all male applicants had orange tie's during the interview at the Urbana-Champaign residency program.
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Short skirts and high heels are always a big plus.

But there is a guideline in a book. I forgot the title "The successful match" or something like it.

Generally it says that you want to be with brighter colors.
I would say No to a black suit. Consider charcoal, light gray, tan, something to show that you are a happy-go-lucky kind of guy.
Shave, clean haircut, clean nails, polished shoes, the standard stuff.

Oh, here is a hint. Support the university colors! Check what are the colors of the team, and buy the tie to match.

I remember last year all male applicants had orange tie's during the interview at the Urbana-Champaign residency program.
I think you should comment on things you are aware and sure of..Short skirts and high heels are never a "plus"..No one wants to look unprofessional in their interviews.
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No short skirts, no high heels !!!! People. Don't do that. You are not interviewing for a sexy secretary position. Look like a doctor.

The skirt has to be knee high. Can't ride up. Heels should be 2 inch or less. Definitely not more than 3 inches !!
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So I bought a navy suit today for my upcoming interviews. And it was expensive

And my brother thought he was being funny saying " Well, even if you don't match, on the bright side: you have a really nice suit "
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I cannot understand the attire for women for the informal meeting with the residents...
i can understand the formal clothes, but how casual the clothes can be for the meeting?
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I cannot understand the attire for women for the informal meeting with the residents...
i can understand the formal clothes, but how casual the clothes can be for the meeting?
i think khakis with a nice sweator or blouse. not like jeans unless u r told that it's jeans.
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I have a question for girls. Would you carry a purse or a portfolio bag to the interview?
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So I bought a navy suit today for my upcoming interviews. And it was expensive

And my brother thought he was being funny saying " Well, even if you don't match, on the bright side: you have a really nice suit "

yaa even my suit was very expensive.. 200$ but i was lucky that a good friend paid 100 dollars for me .. so i paid only 100.
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yaa even my suit was very expensive.. 200$ but i was lucky that a good friend paid 100 dollars for me .. so i paid only 100.
200 is not a bad deal, most suits are now 300+

I got mine on sale for about 210 last week at macys
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200 is not a bad deal, most suits are now 300+

I got mine on sale for about 210 last week at macys

well, it depends on everyones budget you see.. 200 is a lot for me.. coz i make only 1500 from my research job and have tonns of expenses .. i bought mine from dillards..
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well, it depends on everyones budget you see.. 200 is a lot for me.. coz i make only 1500 from my research job and have tonns of expenses .. i bought mine from dillards..
We are all poor here on the iv trail and as students...200 is definitely a lot but suits are very expensive in general...you make a lot more then me haha (0 compared to 1500)
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We are all poor here on the iv trail and as students...200 is definitely a lot but suits are very expensive in general...you make a lot more then me haha (0 compared to 1500)

hmm.. u are right.. but u make 0 and u get support from parents and family.. and i dont..
well, i hope we all get matched.. so we can have better lives ( financially)
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