Tips for Job Interview according to Fashion Designer Noubikko
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According to Noubikko

Getting the right fit
On Buying Clothes
On Quality of Garment
On Fabric Care
On Stain Removal
Your Wardrobe
Regarding Eyeglass Frames
On Creating New Image
Establishing Professional Image
For the Job Interview
On Wearing Pants
Importance of first impression
How does clothing affect us
Dealing with Body Flaws


Rules of Effective Camouflage

If you are tall and thin
If you are tall and bulky
If you are short and thin
If you are short and bulky
To Widen the Upper Torso
On the Effects of Color
The Importance of Color
Tips for the face the neck
for shoulders the arms
for the bust the waist
for the Stomach Hips
for the Bottom thigh the legs hem length Secrets Of Accessories Belts Cosmetics Gloves Handbags Hats Jewelry Scarves Shoes Stockings


What is Fashion

Categories of Fashion
How Designs work
Designer's mind: Illusion
Fashion languages

How to Measure Your Body

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For the Job Interview

It has been proven that career training alone is not enough to assure success in life but how you present yourself is often a deciding factor. It's what's making a big impact.

  • Remember that looking good will make you feel assured.

  • Well-fitted clothing projects' confidence that you want the interviewer to know.

  • Make sure you wear something that fits the company's image you are applying.

  • Make your clothes neat and clean. It's a symbol of being organized.

  • Dress in a manner that you'll be able to maintain if you get the job.

  • Bring along a leather briefcase or a trim handbag (to free hands for handshaking) which must be in good condition.

  • Overdoing your hair (and makeup for ladies) will make the interviewer think you take long break and stay in the restroom longer than usual.

  • Open buttons (Too short skirt for ladies) will send a wrong signal of being flirted and will make the interviewer think you're dangerous to anyone's concentration. Being conservative is your best bet. Close-toe shoes do not only look conservative and appropriate. It is also safe for your feet at work.