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Interview what to wear?????????

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sallystrawberry Wed 09-Feb-05 20:39:43

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pineneedle Wed 09-Feb-05 20:41:13

Sounds perfect. Smart but comfortable.

Good luck!

kolakube Wed 09-Feb-05 20:44:08

Personally, I wouldn't wear black from top to bottom. Looks a bit closed and forbidding.

Otherwise, wear what you are comfortable in and be yourself.

Good Luck!

sallystrawberry Wed 09-Feb-05 20:47:07

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sallystrawberry Wed 09-Feb-05 20:47:54

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Ellbell Wed 09-Feb-05 20:47:56

Sally S.
Wear what you are comfortable in. It's not a job interview, and you will not be judged on your appearance. On the other hand, you will make a good impression if you appear clean, tidy, smart and organised.
Good luck.

sallystrawberry Wed 09-Feb-05 20:52:44

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kolakube Wed 09-Feb-05 20:54:48

OK, I'm going to sound like Trinny and Susannah now - how about a coloured shirt underneath or a chiffon scarf to break the black up a bit and "draw the eye away from" areas you don't like?

sallystrawberry Wed 09-Feb-05 20:56:49

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kolakube Wed 09-Feb-05 21:03:02

sallystrawberry Fri 11-Feb-05 14:11:35

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sallystrawberry Fri 11-Feb-05 14:48:28

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Smurfgirl Fri 11-Feb-05 16:15:21

Are they both black?

I think I would go for the one with the collar because it breaks up the black. If you got the other v-neck in pink wear that.

On my interview day everyone was in such a mix of clothes, someone even came in very scruffy jeans and a tee!

Good luck!!

CountessDracula Fri 11-Feb-05 16:18:29

Shirt and jersey defo. Shoes sound perfect to me, point toes are de rigeur in the City so should do for a uni interview!

Do you have a smart bag? And no dangly earrings!

Kelly1978 Fri 11-Feb-05 16:22:38

I really wouldn't worry too much, people going for university interviews wear anything from suits to full goth regalia!! As long as you feel comfortable and confident you will be able to represent yourself well.

tamum Fri 11-Feb-05 16:44:01

I was interviewing prospective postgrads yesterday and the best by far still had his iPod headphones round his neck throughout the interview if that's any comfort (we gave him the studentship)

sallystrawberry Fri 11-Feb-05 23:13:54

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ediemay Sat 12-Feb-05 00:17:17

Your outfit sounds fine, good luck! Hope it goes really well for you. As you say, if you feel comfy it will work. Have a couple of good questions of your own to ask at the end, it helps to make you feel it's more of a dialogue than an interview. Enjoy it!

highlander Mon 14-Feb-05 22:32:38

sally, all your outfits look very professional

Good Luck!

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