How to Dress for Television Interviews - Tips for Women
How to Dress for Television Interviews Tips for Women
Appearance is the first thing you communicate to others. In fact, even before you speak,
people will notice how you dress and draw conclusions about you. To make sure you look
your best at a television interview we share few tips below:
Colors & Accent Colors
Avoid wearing stark white or black because
it may reflect or glare into the camera or
Do not wear colored or patterned
Apply your own make-up slightly heavier
than usual before your television interview.
Pay particular attention to check and lip
If the television producer suggests you go
to “makeup” when you arrive, do go.
You will look great on camera as they are
Usually, conservative dress is a safe bet for
your TV interview.
Wear your glasses on TV only if you need
them to see.
Avoid elaborate hairdos or jewelry
(including earrings), as it might distract the
Sit with your tail bone to the back of the
Avoid wearing a hat.
Legs may be crossed at the knee or the
ankle, but in either case they should be
turned slightly away from the cameras.
Do not button your jacket at the waist. Also,
avoid wearing a vest under a jacket.
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