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HELP NEEDED PLZ!is this too short for a university interview? watch

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    http://www.yesstyle.com/en/stylement...pid.1022027255

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    Um ... tricky actually ... its very smart looking and really works on the model! I think the high waisted thing makes it look like its longer as there is more skirt going on! But maybe to be on the safe side go for something a little longer? Thats probaby not that helpful ... sorry!
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    (Original post by LLTR)
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    Yes, too short.
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    (Original post by LLTR)
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    I don't think it's that short and unless you have really long legs it'll probably be longer on you than the model
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    No, its great. Its my understanding that you are meant to show off your assets in a uni interview.

    I may have got the wrong end of the stick though..
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    I would generally say/wear on the knee or over the knee as an interview rule, no cleavage, nothing too fitted etc.

    Nice skirt but too short for interview.
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    I really wouldn't think so. As long as you're wearing dark tights.
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    nah i think it's fine, but i would advise wearing tights with it though
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    It depends. Which uni?
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    (Original post by i.am.lost)
    It depends. Which uni?
    :toofunny:
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    (Original post by i.am.lost)
    It depends. Which uni?
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    (Original post by i.am.lost)
    It depends. Which uni?
    UCL and oxford brookes. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by LLTR)
    UCL and oxford brookes. :rolleyes:
    UCL - too short.
    Oxford Brookes - just fine.

    I joke, I joke.
    I don't think it's *that* short. It certainly wouldn't say anything about you if you wore it. However, the fact you're questioning would suggest that maybe you're better off wearing something else...
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    (Original post by LLTR)
    UCL and oxford brookes. :rolleyes:
    Actually the subject you're applying for might be relevent (if you're applying for medecine or law then you normally have to dress a lot more formally).
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    Lol what?! It's fine for a university interview OP.
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    oh come on.. im planning to wear a pink fitted suit to my interviews... this skirt is pretty and fine length
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    No, unless you're really tall. Agree that tights are needed.
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    (Original post by parfait-ego)
    oh come on.. im planning to wear a pink fitted suit to my interviews... this skirt is pretty and fine length
    :lolwut:

    If I was an interviewer I would reject you without even hearing you introduce yourself (unless you were applying to study gender studies and I thought you were being ironic/making a point, but somehow I doubt that describes you).
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    or maybe trousers, can't go wrong with that!
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    (Original post by paddy)
    :lolwut:

    If I was an interviewer I would reject you without even hearing you introduce yourself (unless you were applying to study gender studies and I thought you were being ironic/making a point, but somehow I doubt that describes you).
    LOL it depends on the course as well like at my first interview, people were colourful and got offers but maybe its because i'm doing fashion.. i would imagine for something like law or science or whatever, then pink might not be right ? i dunno...
 
 
 
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