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1. Kayla105 - June 07 2011 (Answer ID: 6040)
If you are unsure of how to dress I would suggest taking cues from other employees. Think about what your interviewer was wearing and the general attire of people who were in the office when you went for your interview. If you are still unsure, it is generally better to look slightly more professional than you need to. There is nothing wrong with being slightly over-dressed for your first day of work; it presents a better image than showing up under-dressed. Another good idea is to dress in layers. Bring a jacket or sweater that can dress up your outfit in case you find the dress code is stricter than you thought once your arrive. If it turns out to be more relaxed, you can fit in fine by removing the jacket. A business casual style works well for many offices. Donít wear sneakers or jeans on your first day unless you know it is acceptable at the office. And if you are really unsure you can ask your supervisor what the company dress code is before you go in to work.
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