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    I've got a few interviews coming up and I'm not entirely sure what I should wear. One is for a nannying job, one is for a Masters course and other is for a job managing a charity. I'm not sure how formally I should dress-I think a suit might be too much.

    At the moment I'm considering
    http://http://www.lauraashley.com/dresses/navy-notch-neck-tunic-dress/invt/md136/

    or

    http://www.zara.com/webapp/wcs/store...LEATED%2BDRESS
    with a blazer

    or
    http://www.oasis-stores.com/Fit-and-...uct/3470067309

    or a skirt and cardigan (any suggestions?)

    but I'm open to suggestions or ideas. I'm 5'6 and a size 8 (I've got fairly wide hips and a small waist so no pencil skirts, they never fit and look obscene!). I'd also appreciate any ideas about shoes, bags, jewellery etc.

    I don't need to wear the same thing to all the interviews.

    Thanks xxxxxxx
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    or
    http://www.hobbs.co.uk/index.cfm?page=1114&pageNumber=2

    or

    http://www.hobbs.co.uk/index.cfm?page=1481&showall=true
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    I wouldn't wear any of those if I were you.
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    Even suit trousers and a nice shirt/blouse look great.
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    I like the first dress best. As long as it's not too short, and you wear small heels and a jacket of some description you'll look very smart. You don't have to dress like a man to be taken seriously
 
 
 
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