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What to Wear to Job Interviews in Los Angeles??

NOTE:  I would NOT recommend wearing this.

NOTE: I would NOT recommend wearing this.

This is a question I am constantly asked:  I have an interview at _________ (insert film production company here).  What do I wear to my interview?!  Help!! Well, I addressed this issue in Going Hollywood, but I saw this article today in the LA Times, and I really liked what they had to say.  Pay special attention to page 2, “entertainment industry jobs”.

LA TIMES ARTICLE HERE

— KMB

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