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It’s lovely but personally I think it’s a bit short for an interview. Perhaps with some black leggings??
13:31 Wed 22nd Jun 2022
no too short
It’s lovely but personally I think it’s a bit short for an interview. Perhaps with some black leggings??
Agree ^^^
Try something a bit more conservative.
If you're apply for a job as a lady of the night, it's perfect.
LOL....LOL....perfect if you are being interviewed for a "call girl."
Zac beat me to it.
Black leggings.......LOL.....LOL.
I think a lot depends on the job - probably ideal for say a receptionist, but totally unsuitable for undertaker's assistant. What is the job ?
Who is abbey actually working for ?
Perhaps if you were 15 and looking for a summer job.
Having interviewed many people over my days it really is important that candidates get the right message across at an interview. And remember its first impressions that count the most.

It's not tarty as some suggest but for most jobs this will not do that and, at the risk of being accused of being sexist, I would suggest it would be more of a problem to many women more than men (I know this from my wife and her interviewing comments).
Also think the style might be too young for you
looks more like a dress to go to a party in. It will depend on what the job is but something a bit longer and less brightly patterned is likely to be moe appropriate.
Too short and too frivolous for a serious interview.
If you are going to work in a bar, it might do, but you would still need to wear leggings under it.
For any other kind of job interview, you need something a bit more conventional, with a longer hemline and a more formal style.
Good luck in your interview.
No. Find something more serious and conservative.
Why don’t you use something you already have instead of buying something new every time.

Have one outfit that you keep for interviews.
It's a shame some of the older, supposedly mature men on here find it necessary to make remarks more suited to a 70s sitcom
Definitely not. Plain, navy black or dark grey, just above the knee, with a jacket or a suit with a very simple blouse. Think one level smarter than the job requires. Primark do a good business range and George do work coordinates even cheaper.
Abby, you seem to look at a lot of clothes online, do you buy any of them? If so you must have plenty of clothes already, and if you are looking for a job, perhaps you don’t really have the money to keep buying more. Wear a dark skirt or trouser suit with a plain light coloured blouse and keep this for all your interviews.
An interview for what job?

Definitely no leggings!!!

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