There are many people across Texas working on finding a new job. Whether that is because they want to make more money or have more work life balance, but before anyone gets a new job, they will need to go to a job interview. Everyone wants to give a great first impression, so they are offered a job, but how exactly do you make that happen? Making sure you look good is one big way to make an impression but there are some specific colors you might want to avoid when picking out an outfit for your interview. 

Before we go any further, I must admit I am the furthest thing from a fashion guru. In fact, one of my favorite things about being married is not having to pick out clothes when going shopping. But I do take my job and any job interview seriously, so I want to make sure I am looking my best. Here is the best advice for picking out colors for a job interview thanks to Top Interview

Four Colors That Make You Look Best   

When it comes to making sure you look your best there are four neutral colors that seem to bring a level of professionalism. These colors are classic yet simple. The four colors that you should wear for a job interview include: blue, black, white, and grey.  

Best Job Interview Colors
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Four Colors to Avoid for a Job Interview 

There are certain colors that seem to give off the wrong impression, and that is the last thing you want for a job interview. Here are four colors you should not wear to a job interview: orange, brown, red, or multi-colored clothing. 

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