In an age where the millennial generation wants to practically wear their PJs to work how often do recruiters consider the outer appearance of candidates? Specifically, there was a time where women wore skirts, stocking and closed toes shoes and men were expected to be shaved, groomed and in their best in a dark suit and tie. Though I probably shouldn’t be I'm always surprised just how far we've allowed the dress code line to....move. Where stockings are not so much the expectation and men arrive in goatees and side burns, I found that many women arrive to interviews 3 feet in the air, loud colored nails and well made up. The traditional interview uniform has been replaced with Justin Bieber, Nick LaShay and Brat Pitt hair cuts with a burlesque Kardashian pencil skirt, open toed platforms and blouse to match.


Do recruiters no longer care about the outside appearance? Has tolerance moved into casual lackadaisical ultra trendy phase where you can really go from work to the club without so much as changing your shoes

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