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    What tie knot should i use in a meeting

    Hey guys,

    I'll admit, i'm new here, but i've been reading this forum for at least one month. Today i decided to join your community also, because i have a question that i'd like to ask you. So i'm a website designer, but i also draw sketches by hand, and many artistic graphs. I've been called for a local interview on Monday. Until now i worked as a freelancer, so i never worked for somebody or been to an interview. The thing is, i've got no idea what to wear. I will probably dress in a business style, but i have no idea if i should wear a tie or not. I've searched for tie knots online, and i think the Windsor knot would be the best to choose. Anyway, if you have any suggestions or advice, i would love to hear them from you.
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    Don't forget your big boy pants.

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    And don't forget your tie pin must match your cufflinks.

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    Fixed the link.

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    ah you beat me too it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Star Eater View Post
    Don't forget your pants.
    ^ Probably more useful to a freelancer.
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    Pfft, I wear pants. Hell, I've been wearing this same pair of
    Adidas knock-offs all week.

    Aaaah...working from home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Star Eater View Post
    Pfft, I wear pants. Hell, I've been wearing this same pair of
    Adidas knock-offs all week.

    Aaaah...working from home.
    If I ever have to work outside the house again I'm buying a set of wizard robes.
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    I got this 8-bit clip on so I wouldn't have to deal with it.

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