I'm not sure the green top is so good with the suit, but I can't see the brown dress terribly well. I think I prefer the brown dress as it is, without the cardigan. Have you got a decent bag and coat to go with the dress? That could be the deciding factor for me.
what is blue dress with black jacket like? then maybe a scarf or something to perk it up. i am not sure about the sleeves on that cardie. agree brown dress pic not all that clear. does it fit neatly, no good if habit-like.
and are you enormously tall or is that door from alice in wonderland?
I think with interviews you have to sort of dress to the maximum that you would in the role you are going for iyswim - ie if you worked in the job what would you wear for e.g. crunch pitch / presentation, etc?
It's not nearly as common as it used to be for people to wear suits at work - I find - and I think it's totally ok not to wear one to an interview. I actually really like the brown dress BUT I think the overall effect is too brownybrowny, can you lighten it in some way, you have a minuscule waist, what about a thin cream belt? And joools.
If you leave cream overcoat at reception (?) you will be left with brown dress and black bag, not sure this is wise.
right - will do pics of different shirt combo after baby is in bed. I have coral jools that go with the brown dress - I was hoping the funky orange tights would lift it enough. I have one of those wide belts but not sure how much I would look like a squeezed tube of poo in it.
Yes I think shortish chunky Wilma Flintstone-type beads too. Anything long & dangly and tied in a knot with a wool dress can be a bit I-am-a-potter-in-my-spare-time - not that there is ANYTHING wrong with pottery and I like to throw a few myself but for interview purps, no.