Answered by Traci, Hiring Expert at Accenture, on Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Great question! In general, if the dress code hasn’t been touched upon in any conversations and isn’t included on any of your paperwork, assume business professional. Trust me, putting your best foot forward is always the best course of action and better to be a bit overdressed than wildly underdressed. If directions for dress have been given, and you’re still unclear, don’t hesitate to ask a follow up question! Business casual is a dress code that a lot of companies are migrating to and it can mean something a bit different at each company. It may be that most employees can wear jeans under a business casual dress code, but for an interview, I would suggest the dressier side of casual. For men this means dressing up, but skipping the tie. For woman, this could mean pants or a skirt and a blouse, cardigan, etc.