Your First Suit – what you want and what you don’t want for your first interview [Mens Style]

We go again,

As a man your first suit means a lot, not the first wedding attire, not the tux I’m talking about the real deal, genuine first ‘let’s go to work’ suit.

I remember my first suit fondly I pieced it together for business school. But there was nothing like my first power suit I wore to my first Job American fit stuff collar straight blue and white combo with a blue power tie and black monk shoes, I was really ready for business.

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All in that combination without my briefcase or watch cost me £250, jade me want to throw up but at the end of the interview I got the job. See I was the most confident I’ve ever been because I spent the most money I ever had.

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It gave me something, I felt clean I felt alive and I came ready to get the job because I needed money to make back what I had spent on my business clothes.

The suit bought me a new lustre that’s what a suit is supposed to be, the jacket shirt shoes tie everything else is extra picking the one that makes you feel confident is most key.

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Tailored or shiny it don’t matter, how you feel and how you rock it is what matters

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I document all the information I've gathered in my working and real life using reason and the written word to share with everyone how I ask an artist see the world. I research Plastics and Concrete and I'm educated in tech, design and art history. While having active practitioner experience in Advertising. I use that myriad of technical skills and display how they apply in the world and products we use starting with fashion.

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