|Jacket open (I'm suddenly thinking of The Karate Kid). |
What on the ground is so interesting?
|Better (but not great) view of the pin-stripes |
on my skirt and the pattern on the jacket.
|Ring: "Fruit seeds" TinyGoatStudios cutting room floor.|
As mentioned yesterday, today I had a meeting to attend where the speaker was one of the Presidents of our company. It was suggested that we dress how we would for an interview, and I have worn this jacket on an interview (didn't get the job). I wore it with a black a-line skirt but thought this time I'd wear it with a pinstriped pencil skirt and pattern mix! Actually, I chose the skirt first since it's "Super Stripes Week" at Megan Mae Daily.
I don't think of wearing a power suit to an interview like I would have fresh out of college. I would wear a power suit if I were going for a power job like a Director, Executive, of Queen of the Mountain--but I'm not. I still think this is professional yet not stuffy. I think it's important to dress for the part aka the position for which you are interviewing. I currently work in Finance for a Major Retailer. Professional yet not stuffy (and hopefully somewhat fashionable).