Recommend simple stud or hoop earrings, no danglers.
I would add onto that list remove bracelets that have charms to them, such as Alex and Anni or Pandoras. It can be distracting from a noise aspect everytime you move your hands.
I would also say be honest with yourself regarding what you do when you are nervous, think about when you take a test. My DD will play with her hair if it is down, she just keeps twisting a small strand around her finger without realizing she is even doing it. I myself will play with my necklace. My DIL wears her watch loose and she twists it around her wrist. None of us know we are doing it when we are doing it, but we know we do it. Thus, when we go to interviews we will remove that item. I.E. My DD wears her hair up, so the moment she goes to twist it, it is not there and a big red sign to calm down it is okay. I do not wear any necklaces. My DIL wears nothing on her wrists.
~~ You will find that you won't resort to another thing, because now you are conscious of doing it.
It is very distracting to an interviewer to see you twist an earring, a necklace, etc. because their eyes will follow your hands.
I 1000% agree. Try on the outfit a week out from the interview, and that includes sitting in the outfit. If you wait until the night before and have a morning interview, what will you do if?
1. You notice a stain on it because you have not worn it for 6 months?
2. What if the skirt hikes up to high when you sit?
~ Now it is 9 p.m. stores don't open until 10 and your interview is scheduled at 10:30
Trying on a week before gives you time to hit the dry cleaners or purchase something new.
~ I know you think I am joking, but trust me, every year there is a girl or guy that posts the night before the interview "I planned on wearing this outfit, but when I took it out today, the pants don't fit, my dress shoes are too small, etc, now what do I do, my back up outfit is this... Is this okay?"