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Dress for Success: Your Guide to Looking Sharp. Ricky Cronin Elaine McChesney. BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL FOR WOMEN. Matching suit jacket and knee length (or longer) skirt or pants Conservative colors, (i.e. navy, black, gray) Long sleeve or short sleeve blouses

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    1. Dress for Success:Your Guide to Looking Sharp Ricky Cronin Elaine McChesney

    2. BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL FOR WOMEN • Matching suit jacket and knee length (or longer) skirt or pants • Conservative colors, (i.e. navy, black, gray) • Long sleeve or short sleeve blouses • Dress shoes or dress boots with long skirts or pants only

    3. BUSINESS ATTIRE FOR WOMEN • Business knee-length dresses with suit jacket • Suit jacket and pressed pants (do not have to be of the same set) • Blouses • Third piece • Dress shoes or dress boots with long skirts or pants only

    4. BUSINESS CASUAL FOR WOMEN • Pressed khakis or slacks • Knee-length or longer dresses/skirts • Sweater sets • Long or short sleeve blouses • Non-athletic socks and shoes • Dress shoes, heels, or boots

    5. Suits: Color: Navy, gray, cobalt blue, and black Length of skirt: below the knee Blouse: Best fabrics: Silk, cotton, or rayon Color: Neutral nothing overwhelming Modest cut Shoes: Match your suit, no contrasting tones Color: Black or navy Style: Closed toe pump with small heel (no more than 2 inches) Accessories Neutral hose Belt and purse match shoes Jewelry: subtle do not want to draw attention to any one thing INTERVIEW ATTIRE FOR WOMEN

    6. Business Professional - Men • Invest in your Suit; SPEND SOME MONEY • Quality is cheap in the long run • Get it tailored, make sure it fits (sleeves not too long, pants not too high or too long) • Nothing Flashy (Try Dark Navy or Charcoal) • Don’t try to send a fashion statement • 2 or 3 buttons (always leave bottom button unbuttoned)

    7. Business Attire • A mix between business casual and business professional • Wear slacks and a blazer/sport coat • Nice collared shirt underneath but no tie is required • Dress Shoes

    8. Business Casual • Wide range of business casual for men • Casual End: Pressed khakis and a polo-style shirt • Nice End: Dress slacks and a long sleeve button down • Shirts must have a collar • Cannot wear athletic shoes or socks

    9. “Casual” Casual for Guys and Gals • Doesn’t mean that you can show up wearing anything you want • Remember that you are still portraying an image of yourself • Don’t try out the newest fashion trends • Don’t overdress

    10. Shoes & Ties & Belts • The color of your belt & shoes must match • I suggest shoes with laces • Shoes can make or break the suit, buy some high quality shoes that shine • Polish your shoes • Socks need to be long enough to cover your leg when your legs are crossed • Belts can be of medium quality as long as they look good • A cheap tie can ruin a suit • Make sure your tie is conservative, no crazy designs or logos of your favorite cartoon characters

    11. Recruiting Tips from the Pros • Drinking during recruiting? • Don’t Experiment! • It doesn’t matter if you don’t drink, just relax and be social • Facial Hair - be conservative • Piercings • Take them out

    12. Interview Tips • Wear your suit and jacket unless specified otherwise • Wear dress shoes • Conservative tie • Bring something to take notes with and a pen • Have a strategy and know what events/activities you want to talk about • You want the job, so know how to take control • Ask questions, make them talk

    13. Interviewing Tips • Research your company • Know your resume inside out • Practice with your friends if you have trouble with interviewing • Prepare answers for your weaknesses • Get to the Career Center 15 minutes early and give yourself a pep talk • Firm handshake, eye contact, and a smile show confidence • Analyze your interviewer and shine • Ask unique, educated questions, do not ask about salary

    14. More Hints • Attend all the events you can possibly go to, you can’t beat the free food! • Don’t eliminate a firm until either you have an offer or they eliminate you, go into each event with an open mind • Enjoy yourself, talk to several company representatives at each event • Build relationships

    15. Our Work History • Ricky • Internships: • ConocoPhillips- Financial Analyst (Houston) • PwC- Audit (Houston) • Will work at the FASB in Norwalk, CT • Elaine • JP Morgan- Financial Analyst (Houston) • Will work for E&Y in New York

    16. Other Possible Career Options • Investment Banking • Energy Trading • Management Consulting • Financial Services • Industry

    17. Questions? Ask Now or Regret it Later