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    I have a sixth form interview next week and I do not know what to wear.
    The letter states to wear business attire but it is difficult to choose.
    Can anyone help?
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    (Original post by zarajm)
    I have a sixth form interview next week and I do not know what to wear.
    The letter states to wear business attire but it is difficult to choose.
    Can anyone help?
    I'd suggest tailored trousers or skirt, and a relatively formal blouse
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    I'd suggest tailored trousers or skirt, and a relatively formal blouse
    what type of shoes shall I wear?
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    (Original post by zarajm)
    what type of shoes shall I wear?
    Either court shoes or brogues I'd say If they have heels then make sure they're quite small
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    (Original post by zarajm)
    I have a sixth form interview next week and I do not know what to wear.
    The letter states to wear business attire but it is difficult to choose.
    Can anyone help?
    a nice plain blouse, maybe in white or cream - not patterned
    a black skirt, or fitted black trousers - NOT LEGGINGS OR JEANS, proper trousers from bhs or m&s
    a black suit jacket or plain black cardigan - nothing too big or bulky
    smart black shoes - pumps or proper shoes, pick some cheap ones up in new look or something along those lines, maybe even brogues

    keep your hair plain, nothing too over the top, same goes for makeup and jewellery

    remember be yourself and do your best, good luck!
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    Either court shoes or brogues I'd say If they have heels then make sure they're quite small
    thank you for the suggestions!
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    (Original post by Justmoll28)
    a nice plain blouse, maybe in white or cream - not patterned
    a black skirt, or fitted black trousers - NOT LEGGINGS OR JEANS, proper trousers from bhs or m&s
    a black suit jacket or plain black cardigan - nothing too big or bulky
    smart black shoes - pumps or proper shoes, pick some cheap ones up in new look or something along those lines, maybe even brogues

    keep your hair plain, nothing too over the top, same goes for makeup and jewellery

    remember be yourself and do your best, good luck!
    Thank you for the suggestions. I'll probably go for that look
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    (Original post by zarajm)
    Thank you for the suggestions. I'll probably go for that look
    you're welcome
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    Blouse and trousers I reckon
 
 
 
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