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Hi,

A bit of a silly question really, but is there a dress code for the interview? There may not be an official one, as I have not seen anything mentioned in the instructions, but is there an "unacceptable" way of dressing up by any chance? I was thinking of wearing jeans and a t-shirt, would that be acceptable?

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LOL, not laughing at you but I'm so sure this most probably crossed a lot of peoples minds, Kudos for asking,

Sorry I dont know as I haven't done mine yet, but I feel jeans and a t-shirt should be ok, Its an assessment of you and your 'spouse relationship' not 'you' if you understand what I mean


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Although T shirt may be fine I think something with a collar might be more appropriate. I made my wife go buy one the night before her interview when she told me that all she brought was a T shirt. I went to the interview with her. I saw lots of jeans but only one top without a collar. It's not a fashion show but you don't want the interviewer getting a negative thought in the back of their minds either.

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