When I was a DON on a Subacute Rehab Unit a CNA candidate came to an interview depressed as follows: dingy over worn white scrub pants, a tweety bird well worn t-shirt, and deity well worn tennis shoes, greasy hair. She interviewed well, however, since she did not exhibit good personal hygiene, I was sure she could not provide excellent care to our patients. She did not get hired. Someone clean and neat in appearance, though not dressed in high fashion is a better bet to land the job. Professional, neat, well put together. Does not mean expensive. How someone cares for their shoes is an indication of how they care for others. Just my 2 cents, and professional opinion.