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    I have an interview at Mint Velvet on Saturday a new store opening in House of Fraser so a concession really. I have never worked with fashion before and therefore dont really know much about the job so I want everything to be perfect.

    I had a phone interview which I passed and she asked me what I knew about fashion and what trends I thought were in the season.

    I dont know if I should wear a suit with high heels or a dress with tights and boots.

    This is the dress i'm thinking of wearing

    and the boots are similiar to these but with a bigger heel and the are partially suede as they no longer sell them

    They are in my recently viewed in the middle but they no longer have a link themselves which is annoying and I dont know how to just post a picture.

    Plus does anybody know what kind of questions they may ask as I have no experience in this field.


    I have a phone interview today! Can you tell me what they've asked you?
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