One of my saying that I saw and I try to live by: If I am reinventing my business life, I will also reinvent how I dress for it....and it does not always have to cost a fortune to look good.
What you wear speaks volumes about you to your current and prospective employers.
Ill-fitting or too-tight clothes and casual ensembles make you look lazy or sloppy. "If you are wearing a blouse, absolutely no cleavage, and if there is any gap between the buttons, put on a shell underneath.
'If you wear open-toed shoes or sandals, make sure your toes are manicured.' No matter how good a job you are doing, looking the part is very important. People will never forget if you look sloppy,'"When it comes to dressing for an interview, the consensus is that conservative is best. "Dressing conservatively means you care on a couple of different dimensions,". "One, you're making an effort; two, you're making an effort not to offend; three you're polite and respectful."