1) I really don't want to wear blue jeans. I know it's appropriate, I know it's probably expected, especially in this company culture, but I just don't think I feel comfortable with it. I will have enough things to obsess over after the interview tomorrow, I don't want to be wondering if I underdressed and seemed unprofessional. Honestly, I feel like I do have a bit of a babyface, so I want to combat that with my clothes.
2) I tried on my black jeans and they actually do work with the blazer as long as I'm wearing a top long enough to break up the color. So if I wear pants, I'll wear those.
3) I did buy leggings. I <3 leggings. And a top, but I think it may actually be ugly and I was blinded by the bright lights of Marshalls. I might return it.
I NEED HELP. If you're out there in Internet land, I'd love a little input! Comment with your thoughts, and promise to say hi.
Okay, so imagine makeup. And hair. And jewelry. And less ridiculous faces. GO:
|A. The new top, with two different shoes. I don't think I like it,|
I feel as though it erases my waist.
|B. Like this dress. May be too juvenile of a silhouette|
for an interview. Plus, short.
|C. Love this dress, love it with the blazer. But is it too|
fancy exits past the casual turnoff?
|D. Inherited this dress from my mama, and I like it a lot.|
Can't decide if it's too short...but I AM wearing leggings.
Problem: off-white in dress, white in blazer?
|E. Probably too casual. But I am stoked on how baggy|
this is on me, considering it used to be quite tight.
|F. May be my favorite. Got this top last weekend with my|
mother, and had nixed it for being pink. But I think it works!