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    (Original post by katie668)
    Go for your summer dress, that to me is smarter than a pair of jeans.
    I disagree.
    I think it looks inappropriate for that specific workplace, personally.
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    (Original post by d0mz)
    I disagree.
    I think it looks inappropriate for that specific workplace, personally.
    To me working in a pub you usually wear what you want anyway
    And to be totally honest, i wouldnt see the harm in investing in a pair of black trousers from as little as a fiver in tescos and a cheap blouse £2.50 Or primark for the same price

    And then you would have interview clothes for good then and would look smart
    Spend bout £8 and your sorted
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    (Original post by katie668)
    To me working in a pub you usually wear what you want anyway
    And to be totally honest, i wouldnt see the harm in investing in a pair of black trousers from as little as a fiver in tescos and a cheap blouse £2.50 Or primark for the same price

    And then you would have interview clothes for good then and would look smart
    Spend bout £8 and your sorted
    Well, I wore my summer dress 0.o Around here there aren't any shops that sell clothes that cheap, hence the need for a job :/

    The interviewer didn't seem to mind my clothes
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    hope you get the job
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    (Original post by scribble_girl)
    hope you get the job
    Thanks
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    Yeah, good luck, let us all know how it goes
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