How to be remembered -- positively -- for your interview clothes

07/19/2010 | San Francisco Chronicle

Don't be so boring in your choice of interview clothes that you aren't memorable, experts advise. Whether interviewing at a conservative or creative company, try to have at least one thing that sets you apart. "I always tell people to have a signature piece, whether it's a piece of jewelry, a great handbag or a briefcase," says Keylee Sanders, a style expert.

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