Is this outfit okay for a job interview?
Whole Outfit: http://c2.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/37/l_36cd6302dc734be1ad291b375f64d461.jpg Pants Detail: http://c3.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/50/l_212a99f4ba1f47dd910e4c0bc5a96162.jpg Shoe Detail: http://c2.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/44/l_c1a4e6f0a1b74acfa569062083d6822d.jpg Shirt Detail: http://c3.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/24/l_b466e1af2c1749e4ab33b24612b8fa22.jpg http://c1.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/46/l_5c7968d86fc842e1bd0a3f316146fe28.jpg Well as far as nice clothes, this is the nicest outfit I could piece together without looking like I'm going to a funeral. I don't really have the money to go shopping for anything new right now to wear so I'm kind of in a bind. This is what I had and I'm trying to make the most of it. Ha, I have handbags out the wazoo. If I had known I'd be doing this several days later I wouldn't have bought a purple one. >.< Haha.. I'm sure I have something around here that'll go. No, Sharon. That's not a pocket. It's a crease from the way I was standing. I don't care if you like it or not, personal style choices don't come into play on this. It's a simple is this suitable for a job interview, meaning is it too casual, business casual, formal or over the top. I know it's not even the last two considering I'm 17 and I don't own a freaking pants suit.
Asked By: Huh? - 11/18/2008
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I think it would be nice for a job interview, good luck!
Answered By: Heather - 11/18/2008
Additional Answers (9)
Depends on where you're interviewing. If the place is relatively casual it is fine.
Answered By: ?!?!?!? - 11/18/2008
yup its perfect. Good luck. :D
Answered By: Samii - 11/18/2008
I really don't like it. Do the trousers have a pocket below the knees?! They don't go together. The shirt is nice, try black trousers and black heels. I hate the shoes no offense, but they don't look very classy or formal.
Answered By: Sharon N - 11/18/2008
It really does depend on the type of company that you're interviewing with. If you're going in for an interview for a corporate position in a company, a full suit is best, even if the office itself is casual. If this is a interview at Macy's for a retail position, or something similar, what you're wearing is fine.
Answered By: Joy M - 11/18/2008
Depends on what job. I think it looks fiine.
Answered By: horsecraze19 - 11/18/2008
VERY CUTE!! and LOVE THE SHOES!!!
Answered By: Kayla B - 11/18/2008
Wow, this outfit. But i would recommend you wearing a smart plain trousers. Your shirt looks gorgeous! and i'm loving the funky shoes! OH ... and a tip; wear a smart handbag ;) this shows a lot of professionalism.
Answered By: Farrah W - 11/18/2008
the shoes and the pants go together very well. But the shirt does not match at all. Wear like a dark brown shirt so it adds contrast to your pants and i saw that on you shoe it has natural colors like black and tan and sand so definitly go with a dark brown shirt or light. Good luck. You'll def. Get the job.
Answered By: candice - 11/18/2008
I think it looks good. ! Seeing as when i have job interviews i just where jeans a tee. ! haa maybe thats why i ain't got a job. ! but i think it looks really cute. ! i love the shoes. !
Answered By: Kbabyy - 11/18/2008
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