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The Workplace is Not “School” For You, Even if You Work in One

Work Interview Outfit in Buenos Aires by Flickr user Iluminado y Eterno MartinThis anonymous interview is with an Academic librarian who has been a hiring manager, human resources, and a member of a hiring or search committee. This librarian works at a library with 10-50 staff members in a Rural area in the Mid-Atlantic US.

What Candidates Should Wear

Should the candidate wear a suit to the interview?

Probably, yes (but it’s ok if the candidate wears something a little less formal)

An outfit with a coordinated blazer and trousers:

Counts as a suit

Bare arms are inappropriate in an interview, even in the summer.

False

If a woman wears a skirt to an interview, should she also wear pantyhose?

Other: If she wants to (these options are really poorly constructed)

Women should wear make-up to an interview:

Other: I don’t care

Is there anything a candidate might wear that would cause them to be instantly out of the running? If you have any funny stories about horrifying interview outfits, we’d love to hear them.

Flip flops. Overly causal (jeans, baggy t-shirts, baggy pants, product logos.) Evening or party clothes. People who can’t be bothered to know what business casual is and dress like they are going to the mall or clubbing.

Do you expect different levels of formality of dress, depending on the position you’re hiring for?

Yes, the higher the position, the more formal I expect the candidate to dress

Which jewelry may candidates wear: (Please select all that are acceptable)

Single, simple necklace, bracelet, and/or ring
A few simple necklaces, bracelets, and/or rings
Arty or more elaborate necklaces, bracelets, or rings
Nose Ring (nostril)
Earrings
Multiple Ear Piercings
Other: Candidates should remove any facial piecings and multiple ear piercings – even if it is obvious they have them – interview etiquites is to tone done your appearance

How does what a candidate wears affect your hiring decision?

It reflects how seriously they take the interview, the job and what it means to be a professional. Flip flops at an interview says that you don’t know that the workplace is not an extension of her personal life. That you don’t know how to present yourself to people who are NOT your friends. That the workplace is not “school” for you, even if you work in one.

What This Library Wears

How do you dress when you are going to conduct an interview?

The same I would dress on days there wasn’t an interview. This is a great opportunity to show the candidate what the dress culture is at our institution. The candidate should always be better dressed than the interviewers, because they don’t know what the dress culture is at a particular place.

What’s the dress code at your library/organization?

Other: it varies

Are there any specific items of clothing, etc. that are forbidden by your dress code? (Please check all that apply)

Other: it’s seasonal

Do you have any other comments?

You should have someone vet this survey. The response are poorly articulated and are biased by the overly casual and poor attempts at humor. Survey response should not be jokey. I feel like you were wearing flip flops when you wrote it.

This survey was co-authored by Jill of Librarian Hire Fashion – submit your interview outfit to her blog!

Photo: Work Interview Outfit in Buenos Aires by Flickr user Iluminado y Eterno Martin

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It Was an AWFUL Shirt, We Still Hired the Person

interview outfit
This anonymous interview is with an Academic librarian who has been a hiring manager and a member of a hiring or search committee. This librarian works at a library with 10-50 staff members in an Urban area in the Northeastern US

What Candidates Should Wear

Should the candidate wear a suit to the interview?

Probably, yes (but it’s ok if the candidate wears something a little less formal)

An outfit with a coordinated blazer and trousers:

Counts as a suit

Bare arms are inappropriate in an interview, even in the summer.

False

If a woman wears a skirt to an interview, should she also wear pantyhose?

No, but it’s not a dealbreaker

Women should wear make-up to an interview:

I don’t care, as long as it’s not over-the-top

Is there anything a candidate might wear that would cause them to be instantly out of the running? If you have any funny stories about horrifying interview outfits, we’d love to hear them.

No Jeans allowed, I think I’d have a problem with anything frayed as well. If you are going to wear cotton or linen, make sure it’s ironed, if it looks like it was pulled from a dirty hamper I think you can’t even take care of your clothes, how are you going to take care at your job?

Do you expect different levels of formality of dress, depending on the position you’re hiring for?

Yes, the higher the position, the more formal I expect the candidate to dress

Which jewelry may candidates wear: (Please select all that are acceptable)

Single, simple necklace, bracelet, and/or ring
A few simple necklaces, bracelets, and/or rings
Arty or more elaborate necklaces, bracelets, or rings
Earrings
Multiple Ear Piercings

Which hair colors are acceptable for candidates:

Natural colors (black, brown, red, blonde, gray)

The way a candidate dresses should:

Be fairly neutral

How does what a candidate wears affect your hiring decision?

Unless they looked really bad I don’t think it affects my decision. I remember a time when a person we were hiring was wearing a gold lamé type shirt with her suit. It was an AWFUL shirt, we still hired the person.

What This Library Wears

How do you dress when you are going to conduct an interview?

I usually wear a dress or a suit.

On a scale of one (too dressed up for my workplace) to five (too casual), khakis and a polo shirt are:

3

What’s the dress code at your library/organization?

Business casual

Are there any specific items of clothing, etc. that are forbidden by your dress code? (Please check all that apply)

Jeans
Flip flops
Tank tops
Sneakers/trainers

This survey was co-authored by Jill of Librarian Hire Fashion – submit your interview outfit to her blog!

Photo: interview outfit by Flickr user k_hargrav, via Creative Commons License

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I Think the Biggest Issue is Whether You’re Going to Fiddle with It

Going to an Interview {Outfit Post}

 

 

This anonymous interview is with an Academic librarian who has been a member of a hiring or search committee. This librarian works at a library with 10-50 staff members in a Urban area of the Midwestern US .

What Candidates Should Wear

Should the candidate wear a suit to the interview?

√ I don’t care

An outfit with a coordinated blazer and trousers:

√ Counts as a suit

Bare arms are inappropriate in an interview, even in the summer.

√ False

If a woman wears a skirt to an interview, should she also wear pantyhose?

√ Other: don’t care

Women should wear make-up to an interview:

√ I don’t care what’s on the face, it’s what’s in the brain that counts

Is there anything a candidate might wear that would cause them to be instantly out of the running? If you have any funny stories about horrifying interview outfits, we’d love to hear them.

I’ve never seen anyone come to an interview in anything that I even particularly noticed. Most either wore professional dress (suits or coordinated blazer/slacks/skirts sets) or dress in what I affectionately call “hipster librarian.” I have always worn a slacks style suit to my interviews and do usually get the job.

RE the bare arms comment: I did have a shell under my suit and did take my jacket off for the teaching presentation. It hadn’t occurred to me that bare arms could be an issue. I’m at an academic (community college) library.

RE hose: I personally am more comfortable in tights, and I had a career center person say you should always wear hose, but I don’t think I ever even noticed whether candidates were wearing hose or not.

RE: jewelry – I think the biggest issue is whether you’re going to fiddle with it. If I wear jewelry, I will play with it, so I wear none when I interview. I have taken my facial piercings out for interviews and I’ve never seen anyone interview with them in, but I’d probably think it was cool since I have them. If you stretch your ears you’ll look better wearing plugs than taking them out and having weird looking holes.

Can you share any stories about how a candidate nailed the proper interview outfit, especially if your organization does not expect suits?

Again, I’ve never seen anyone dress to such an extreme that it made a conscious impression on me one way or the other. Presumably I have subconscious biases, but attitudes have always stuck out for me much more than attire.

Do you expect different levels of formality of dress, depending on the position you’re hiring for?

√ Yes, the higher the position, the more formal I expect the candidate to dress

Which jewelry may candidates wear: (Please select all that are acceptable)

√ Single, simple necklace, bracelet, and/or ring
√ A few simple necklaces, bracelets, and/or rings
√ All of the simple necklaces, bracelets, and rings he or she can load on
√ Arty or more elaborate necklaces, bracelets, or rings
√ Nose Ring (nostril)
√ Eyebrow Ring, Monroe piercing, septum piercing, or other face piercing
√ Earrings
√ Multiple Ear Piercings
√ Large gauge ear jewelry (stretched ears)

Which hair colors are acceptable for candidates:

√ All of them, even pink

The way a candidate dresses should:

√ I don’t really care how a candidate dresses

How does what a candidate wears affect your hiring decision?

I think the biggest thing is that the candidate appear confident and comfortable. If dressing completely against character will affect performance, don’t do it. But do dress your personal best and your personal best attempt at professional. Also remember that you are interviewing them. If it is a deal breaker that you be valued for your funkiness it might be worth the risk of not getting some jobs to find a place that values that. If it’s not a deal breaker, it’s probably better to play it safe. I interviewed with brown hair and no facial piercings but now have blue hair and lip rings and no one cares. But looking more normal probably did help me get the job. But I’ve never seen anyone interview with wild hair colors or very noticeable piercings. (I find nose rings practically unnoticeable, so I think I may have seen those in interviews.)

What This Library Wears

How do you dress when you are going to conduct an interview?

I wear the nicest end of the spectrum of my typical work clothes. This generally falls into the same “hipster librarian” style I mentioned above. Cute skirts with stylish blouses. Though lately I’ve been doing more slacks and very tailored dress shirts.

RE: the khaki question below – it’s not too dressy or undressy, just kind of boring.

On a scale of one (too dressed up for my workplace) to five (too casual), khakis and a polo shirt are:

3

What’s the dress code at your library/organization?

√ Casual

Are there any specific items of clothing, etc. that are forbidden by your dress code? (Please check all that apply)

√ N/A: We wear what we want!

Librarians at your organization wear: (Please check all that apply)

√ Name tags

Do you have any other comments?

Just because I don’t feel strongly doesn’t mean that your safest bet isn’t to dress as professional as you think the job requires.

Also, I’ve heard stories of people saying things like, “don’t wear a suit, it shows you don’t know our library.” I think there are probably different standards for different types of libraries, but we have definitely hired people who wore suits to the interview, then had them show up in suits and ties to work and suggest they dress down in the future. It seems odd to me that a hiring committee member would think that wearing a suit to an interview is somehow inappropriate just because you wouldn’t wear one day to day.

This survey was co-authored by Jill of Librarian Hire Fashion – submit your interview outfit to her blog!

Photo: Going to an Interview {Outfit Post} by Flickr user ellevalentine, under creative commons license

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Does Your Appearance Situate You to Lead a Faculty Committee?

job interview 2 by flickr user rileyroxx

 

This anonymous interview is with an Academic librarian who has been a hiring manager and a member of a hiring or search committee.  This librarian works in an urban area of the Midwestern US, at a library with 10-50 staff members.

What Candidates Should Wear

Should the candidate wear a suit to the interview?

√ Yes, absolutely! It shows respect and professionalism

An outfit with a coordinated blazer and trousers:

√ Counts as a suit

Bare arms are inappropriate in an interview, even in the summer.

√ True

If a woman wears a skirt to an interview, should she also wear pantyhose?

√ No, but it’s not a dealbreaker

Women should wear make-up to an interview:

√ I don’t care, as long as it’s not over-the-top

Is there anything a candidate might wear that would cause them to be instantly out of the running? If you have any funny stories about horrifying interview outfits, we’d love to hear them.

-Wrinkled outfit (did you sleep in it?)

Can you share any stories about how a candidate nailed the proper interview outfit, especially if your organization does not expect suits?

-Maroon fitted suit jacket with coordinating trousers and a chic scarf

-On a rainy interview day, one candidate wore a ladies’ professional trench coat and carried an umbrella.

Do you expect different levels of formality of dress, depending on the position you’re hiring for?

√ Yes, the higher the position, the more formal I expect the candidate to dress

Which jewelry may candidates wear: (Please select all that are acceptable)

√ Single, simple necklace, bracelet, and/or ring
√ A few simple necklaces, bracelets, and/or rings
√ All of the simple necklaces, bracelets, and rings he or she can load on
√ Arty or more elaborate necklaces, bracelets, or rings
√ Earrings
√ Multiple Ear Piercings

Which hair colors are acceptable for candidates:

√ Natural colors (black, brown, red, blonde, gray)

The way a candidate dresses should:

√ Show personality

How does what a candidate wears affect your hiring decision?

Candidates need to wear clothing that is appropriate for the meetings and clientele with whom they will work. Does your appearance situate you to lead a faculty committee? Could you rush over to the admin building on a Tuesday morning and answer the university president’s questions about journal inflation? Or, if you work in a public library, would your appearance situate you to dash into an impromptu meeting with the library council and advocate for a new reading program? Show me!!!

What This Library Wears

How do you dress when you are going to conduct an interview?

I wear professional business dress, a little more formal than every day wear. I wear a ladies suit or a business dress outfit.

On a scale of one (too dressed up for my workplace) to five (too casual), khakis and a polo shirt are:

5

What’s the dress code at your library/organization?

√ Business casual

Are there any specific items of clothing, etc. that are forbidden by your dress code? Please check all that apply

√ Flip flops
√ Visible Tattoos
√ Short skirts/shorts
√ Tank tops
√ Logos/band insignia/slogans
√ Other: uncovered shoes (sandals, etc), denim (in some places), clothes that show the mid-section, cleavage, frayed clothes, poor personal hygiene

Librarians at your organization wear: Please check all that apply

√ Badges

Do you have any other comments?

1) It’s an unspoken rule, but library administrators and high-level mid-managers have higher dress and hygiene standards than the lower-ranking librarians and paraprofessional staff. Administrators and managers all wear “Dillards/Nordstroms/Coldwater Creek/Borck Brothers” type attire.

2) All female administrators at this university wear professional make-up, color and style their hair regularly, and just always look really put-together. Men usually wear long-sleeved oxford shirts (even in the summer) and similarly look ‘put-together’.

3) Men, don’t wear gold chains or jewelry, especially to an interview. (A wedding or class ring would be an exception).

3) Put the whole outfit together. Shoes should be polished and match the ensemble. Briefcases, handbags, leather notebooks, jewelry, (and in winter or on rainy days- scarves, gloves, boots, hats, etc.) should all “go” together and be professional.

4) Go with more professional and conservative colors. You don’t have to wear just black and navy, but don’t put on coral pink and turquoise.

This survey was co-authored by Jill of Librarian Hire Fashion – submit your interview outfit to her blog!

Photo: job interview 2 by flickr user rileyroxx

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There’s a Dress Code at this University so They Can’t Expect to Show Up in Anything Other Than “Business” or “Business Casual”

and this is what I wore by Flickr user kristykay22

 

This anonymous interview is with an Academic librarian from an urban area of the Northeastern US.  This librarian works at a library with 0-10 staff members and has been a hiring manager and a member of a hiring or search committee.

What Candidates Should Wear

Should the candidate wear a suit to the interview?

√ Probably, yes (but it’s ok if the candidate wears something a little less formal)

An outfit with a coordinated blazer and trousers:

√ Counts as a suit

Bare arms are inappropriate in an interview, even in the summer.

√ True

If a woman wears a skirt to an interview, should she also wear pantyhose?

√ Other: Depends on the skirt length

Women should wear make-up to an interview:

√ I don’t care what’s on the face, it’s what’s in the brain that counts

Is there anything a candidate might wear that would cause them to be instantly out of the running? If you have any funny stories about horrifying interview outfits, we’d love to hear them.

Spandex [if it still exists], spaghetti strap anything, thigh high boots, cut-offs, T-shirts, jeans, gym gear Anything too tight or revealing. Males should have their lower garb hiked up at least to their hips, save the baggy street look for your time off. It’s an interview, not a luau or bar hopping time. Sat through the open house for a VPAA and the one candidate was wearing a very tight, short skirt – part of her bright pink suit – and a very low cut top. She didn’t get the job. Candidates should wear an outfit that doesn’t scream, “Look at me.” People were so mesmerized by the outfit that they didn’t pay attention to her responses to the questions.

Do you expect different levels of formality of dress, depending on the position you’re hiring for?

√ Yes, the higher the position, the more formal I expect the candidate to dress

Which jewelry may candidates wear: (Please select all that are acceptable)

√ Single, simple necklace, bracelet, and/or ring
√ A few simple necklaces, bracelets, and/or rings
√ Earrings

Which hair colors are acceptable for candidates:

√ All of them, even pink

The way a candidate dresses should:

√ Be fairly neutral

How does what a candidate wears affect your hiring decision?

There’s a dress code at this university so they can’t expect to show up in anything other than “business” or “business casual”, depending on what’s on the calendar. Candidates should be aware that they need to look as if they are interviewing for a top level job even though the actual position may be in the trenches. They can always dress down once they gauge the day to day acceptable garb.

What This Library Wears

How do you dress when you are going to conduct an interview?

Suit or dress with jacket.

On a scale of one (too dressed up for my workplace) to five (too casual), khakis and a polo shirt are:

3

What’s the dress code at your library/organization?

√ Other: University code is business formal and casual depending on what is on the calendar.

Are there any specific items of clothing, etc. that are forbidden by your dress code? Please check all that apply

√ Jeans
√ Flip flops
√ Short skirts/shorts
√ Tank tops
√ Sneakers/trainers
√ Other: Allowed to wear denim one Friday a month

Librarians at your organization wear: Please check all that apply

√ Other: Business casual or formal

Do you have any other comments?

This survey was co-authored by Jill of Librarian Hire Fashion – submit your interview outfit to her blog!

Photo: and this is what I wore by Flickr user kristykay22

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Religious Signifiers are a Different Story, and Completely Acceptable

Business Woman by a Window by Flickr user Victor1558

Do you remember the interview from the original survey entitled “Customer Service Outside the Library World Can Make Your Resume Stand Out“? This anonymous interview is with that same librarian!  This librarian works at Public library with more than 200 staff members in an urban area of the Western US.  S/he has been a hiring manager  and a member of a hiring or search committee.

What Candidates Should Wear

Should the candidate wear a suit to the interview?

√ Probably not (but it’s ok if the candidate does wear one)

An outfit with a coordinated blazer and trousers:

√ Is totally different

Bare arms are inappropriate in an interview, even in the summer.

√ True

If a woman wears a skirt to an interview, should she also wear pantyhose?

√ No, but it’s not a dealbreaker

Women should wear make-up to an interview:

√ I don’t care what’s on the face, it’s what’s in the brain that counts

Is there anything a candidate might wear that would cause them to be instantly out of the running? If you have any funny stories about horrifying interview outfits, we’d love to hear them.

Political or religious tee-shirts would indicate a total misunderstanding of what’s OK in a public library (headcoverings, beards and/or other religious signifiers are a different story, and completely acceptable).

Can you share any stories about how a candidate nailed the proper interview outfit, especially if your organization does not expect suits?

Clothes should show respect for the process/organization, and shouldn’t overshadow the candidate.
I’d recommend younger candidates skew more formal – probably not fair, but you’ll want to project confidence and maturity, even if we’re hiring you for your youthful energy and enthusiasm.
Similarly, I’d recommend more mature candidates consider a little more zing, again to counterbalance prejudices about what older librarians are “like”.
That said, anything that feels like a costume is going to hurt your performance more than an outfit that doesn’t exactly match interviewer expectations.

Do you expect different levels of formality of dress, depending on the position you’re hiring for?

√ Yes, the higher the position, the more formal I expect the candidate to dress

Which jewelry may candidates wear: (Please select all that are acceptable)

√ Single, simple necklace, bracelet, and/or ring
√ A few simple necklaces, bracelets, and/or rings
√ Arty or more elaborate necklaces, bracelets, or rings
√ Earrings
√ Multiple Ear Piercings
√ Other: It depends. But I’d recommend you go very subtle if you’re not opting to remove non-ear piercings.

Which hair colors are acceptable for candidates:

√ Other: Again, depends, but I’d go subtle (pink hair styled conservatively is better than natural hair in an extreme style).

The way a candidate dresses should:

√ Show personality

How does what a candidate wears affect your hiring decision?

I want to know that the candidate understands that this is a formal process, and dressing up is part of the game.
With a very few exceptions, clothes may color perceptions of the candidate, but won’t make or tank an interview.
An interesting accessory can be a nice touch, but you don’t want your outfit to be the most memorable thing about you!

What This Library Wears

How do you dress when you are going to conduct an interview?

Probably what would be called “business casual” – I work in a very casual part of the country, though.

On a scale of one (too dressed up for my workplace) to five (too casual), khakis and a polo shirt are:

3

What’s the dress code at your library/organization?

√ Casual

Are there any specific items of clothing, etc. that are forbidden by your dress code? Please check all that apply

√ Logos/band insignia/slogans
√ Other: Religious/political slogans

Librarians at your organization wear: Please check all that apply

√ Name tags
√ Badges

Do you have any other comments?

It really depends on the workplace – if you have time, check out the library and see what staff are wearing, and aim for a step or two above that level or formality. When in doubt, go more formal – you can always ditch the jacket/cardigan/ironic pearls once you’re there.

Don’t assume that because you’re interviewing for a children’s or a teen position you can throw formality out the window – yes, there is more latitude, but that’s not without limits.

Visible tattoos, facial piercings, etc., are not dealbreakers, but the interview is your chance to show folks (some of whom are going to be uncomfortable with such things) how “normal” you can present, and you should treat it as such.

This survey was co-authored by Jill of Librarian Hire Fashion – submit your interview outfit to her blog!

Photo: Business Woman by a Window by Flickr user Victor1558

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Their Appearance Will Reflect on Their Expertise and Our Reputation

This anonymous interview is with a Public librarian at a library with 100-200 staff members in a suburban area of the Midwestern United States. This librarian has been a hiring manager and a member of a hiring or search committee.

What Candidates Should Wear

Should the candidate wear a suit to the interview?

√ Probably, yes (but it’s ok if the candidate wears something a little less formal)

An outfit with a coordinated blazer and trousers:

√ Counts as a suit

Bare arms are inappropriate in an interview, even in the summer.

√ True

If a woman wears a skirt to an interview, should she also wear pantyhose?

√ No, but it’s not a dealbreaker

Women should wear make-up to an interview:

√ I don’t care what’s on the face, it’s what’s in the brain that counts

Is there anything a candidate might wear that would cause them to be instantly out of the running? If you have any funny stories about horrifying interview outfits, we’d love to hear them.

For a youth librarian position where they had to present a story as if presenting it to children, an applicant came dressed and fully made up as a clown. It was really hard to take her seriously.

I’ve realized that I notice things like: the dry cleaning tag on the cuff that didn’t get removed, a hole in someone’s socks, a stain on the front of a blouse.

I’m a pretty careful dresser myself, and while I don’t insist on suits or on pantyhose, I do want the applicant to look pulled together and professional. That usually means dressing a few steps above “normal.”

Do you expect different levels of formality of dress, depending on the position you’re hiring for?

√ Yes, the higher the position, the more formal I expect the candidate to dress

Which jewelry may candidates wear: (Please select all that are acceptable)

√ Single, simple necklace, bracelet, and/or ring
√ A few simple necklaces, bracelets, and/or rings
√ All of the simple necklaces, bracelets, and rings he or she can load on
√ Arty or more elaborate necklaces, bracelets, or rings
√ Nose Ring (nostril)
√ Eyebrow Ring, Monroe piercing, septum piercing, or other face piercing
√ Earrings
√ Multiple Ear Piercings

Which hair colors are acceptable for candidates:

√ Other: Just clean and out of the eyes, please

The way a candidate dresses should:

√ I don’t really care how a candidate dresses

How does what a candidate wears affect your hiring decision?’

I dont’ really care what people wear, but I want people to meet a minimum standard of cleanliness and neatness–plenty of people can do this with multiple piercings. And tattoos–you didn’t ask about those.

While I don’t care, I DO appreciate an outfit that isn’t over the top but that does show personality. There are people who manage to convey something about themselves without demanding that all of the attention be on them.

What This Library Wears

How do you dress when you are going to conduct an interview?

Suit or fitted jacket

On a scale of one (too dressed up for my workplace) to five (too casual), khakis and a polo shirt are:

3

What’s the dress code at your library/organization?

√ Casual

Are there any specific items of clothing, etc. that are forbidden by your dress code? Please check all that apply

√ Short skirts/shorts

Librarians at your organization wear: Please check all that apply

√ Name tags

Do you have any other comments?

I spend a lot of time out in the community representing the library. That’s also where we expect our librarians to be. And out there, people have their own ideas of appropriate work attire. Our library allows very casual clothing, and I”m disheartened when one of our people who will be out and about representing us seems not to understand how their appearance will reflect on their expertise and our reputation in the community.

This survey was co-authored by Jill of Librarian Hire Fashion – submit your interview outfit to her blog!

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