Chiffon ruffle sleeved shirt, blush colored with light gray delicate floral pattern, the shirt is really pretty but didn't photograph well. Should I tuck it all the way in or blouse it out? Also gray suede pumps by Giani Bini
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i would add a cardi and you're golden
"Dress for the position you want, not the one you have" I think a jacket will make it look more professional. But, it does look great!
Wanna get fired?
@Ahatt I forgot about this site, and I read you and rachelroo97's comments and snorted. I'm celebrating my 8th month at that job. Also, how might one get fired from a job that had yet to obtain? Eh, no biggie. Thanks for the feedback. haha.
Even if you work in Trend, the store policy may be that all employees need to wear sleeves, jackets? Might be something to look into. Also depends on position you're applying for, sales, management, etc. Otherwise, the outfit is great!!!
Super pretty and sophisticated!! Luv it! Just add a chunky bracelet and you're good to go
Why do you ask if you already have your mind made up? Lame. Go get your job already!
Shirt seems not good.
I like the look. I'd say tuck the shirt in, it gives it more of a sleek look (at least that's my opinion and what I tend to do with business wear). Good luck girlie :)
@LeGypsy Thanks for the actually HELPFUL suggestion. I know this is a couple (haha) months late, but I DID get that job and have been a busy bee. Thanks for the suggestions everyone! (suggestions and helpful tips are far more interesting than random, snid
maybe wear a nice blazer or cardi
I interview for high end retail... You look the part
Maybe wear a cardigan on ur shoulders?
It looks too casual for you to look like you really want the job. It looks like it was an outfit that you wear normally. I mean, it's really cute and fashionable but the occasion is wrong.
I think it's good, make sure your hands are pretty and clean tho!!!
I wouldn't say I suit, but a nude jacket would be optimal. If not, don't worry about if. You look great.
It's not a tank, it's flutter sleeve. I definitely think a suit would be far too formal. Especially considering the demographic for the department I'm interviewing for.
Never wear a tank or anything like it to an interview especially high end. Wear a jacket or even a trendy suit. Or even a dress would be better.
A bit too casual for job interview.
I would add a jacket to look polished!
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