Interview suit - ideas where to shop?

(8 Posts)
Cyclebird Sat 29-Apr-17 09:57:15

After 12 years working from home and having two kids I have an interview to return to work as a solicitor, which is great. However, I need something to wear as my lovely little suits from Hobbs, LK Bennett etc sadly no longer fit sad. The firm is in a small town so power suits and high heels are not required (not even sure if people still wear such things, but we used to in London), but I do need something smart - maybe a dress? I'm a size 14 with biggish boobs blush.

Any ideas where I should start my search? Thanks flowers

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fiftyplustwo Sat 29-Apr-17 16:29:12

Why not buy a new suit or dress from Hobbs, from their online shop? I've done that.

sausagedogrolls Sun 30-Apr-17 22:03:19

I would always err on the side of caution for an interview. I think maybe a dress with a jacket or trousers with a jacket rather than a suit?

Linea at House of Fraser is good as well as Hobbs.

FinallyHere Sun 30-Apr-17 22:08:41

Recently found [[https://www.hush-uk.com/?gclid=CLef1r2KzdMCFQgq0wodWJYMSg] [hush]

I'm in media, so this may be a tad too casual for other industries, but i am practising tidy links

FinallyHere Sun 30-Apr-17 22:09:16

Still not got it

https://www.hush-uk.com/?gclid=CLef1r2KzdMCFQgq0wodWJYMSg hush]

BarchesterFlowers Sun 30-Apr-17 22:09:37

I moved from v corporate London to a small town. Instead of sharp suits with shirts/cuffkinks I wear jersey dresses and a smart jacket. Hobbs, jaegar outlet, East, smarter end white stuff.

I do have a vvv smart suit for a particular regular mtg but feel overdressed tbh - old habits die hard!

FinallyHere Sun 30-Apr-17 22:10:30

Oh dear hush

UppityHumpty Wed 03-May-17 21:53:33

I work in corporate in London and have never worn a suit. I usually wear a long sleeve dress (Hobbs, John Lewis, or Reiss), opaque tights, and low heels. Accessorize with a pearl and silver watch to match my wedding ring and earrings.

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