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    I have an interview for a masters degree and I have no idea what to wear! In the past I have only had interviews for jobs (my undergrad degree didn't require an interview). I am not sure how smart/casual to dress. Please can someone come up with some suggestions? I am female (5"4).
    Thanks in advance.
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    Whenever in doubt, dress for a job interview. It shows respect, care, consideration, that you're serious and want to impress.

    It works in almost all situations.
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    Don't worry about dressing too smart, it's much better to look for too smart than too casual. I thought I'd dressed up for a uni interview (smart black dress, bright coloured blazer, black boots with a little heel, hair up in a bun) and I was one of the more casual people there. Go with something you feel confident in.

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