shoes- urban outfitters
tights- we love colors
top- new york and company
pearls- sierra trading post
Herrrrre it is, y'all. I had a couple, more interesting options in mind, but I ultimately went with the old standby because, for a first interview, you can never dress too conservatively. Yes?
I actually hate this skirt. Hate, hate, hate. But it's my one nice big girl skirt, so I'm kind of stuck with it. I picked it up at Target last-minute last year right before my interview for that job I sometimes think I should have taken. I actually wore almost this exact same outfit for that interview. Huh.
Anyway, this skirt was on clearance. There was a size four and a size two. I tried on the four but was almost positive it wouldn't fit me, and it was too big! I am in no way pulling the false modesty thing here, but I'm just not a size four and I'm definitely not a size two. I wouldn't have tried this skirt on, but my friend made me and, lo and behold, it fit!
It fits really snugly in the hips, which is fine, because I can still sit down. I could deal with that if it was uniformally snug, but it gaps HUGELY at the waist. Huh? Was this skirt made for women who resemble rectangles? I have to wear a belt to hold my top inside the waistband and it always bunches.
As soon as I get money, I am going shopping for work clothes that don't make me complain this much. And also that fit.
The interview went okay! I had to take a whole bunch of computer tests and the girl said they might have a job for me. She'll be getting in touch soon. :) Cross your fingers for me! A new job involves new clothes for you guys to see. Color me excited, y'all.