katie · 18 years ago
I *luv* the grey suit with the embroidery, I think you should go with that one, probably closed just because the jacket doesn't look like it's really designed to hang open. And I like it without the collar shirt. :) So my vote is for Outfit 5 :)
Talcott · 18 years ago
I agree. Although I don't mind it open.
Although, keep in mind that I don't understand formal/business attire at all, so I'm just going off what looks good to me, I have no idea of that's the "best" thing to wear.
BTW: Your username worked well ;-)
i like the grey suit with the embroidery, but for an interview i actually like outfit 1 best.
i might be swayed toward outfit 5, do you have a shirt that tucks in? i think it's the blue at the bottom that throws it off for me.
but honestly if you had any colared shirt that fit nicely under the buttoned blazer, that be cool too.
You mean the embroidered one with a collared thing? It's really high neckline so it tends to look kinda puritanesque when there's a collar. :)
I can tuck a shirt in...I just though a solid gray everything with nothing breaking it up was kinda boring. Dunno.
I really wish the grey suit jacket had two buttons, or that I could sew. Then I could make my chest look less stupid. :)
no, not the embroidered one with a collared thing, you're right, that would look stuffy.
if you want to add some colour to the embroidered suit, maybe add a scarf, or a necklace? but i think it would have a cleaner line without the shirt.
yah, i can see what you mean with the jacket, if it had two buttons, it'd probably fit over a blouse better.
I found a couple other possibilities and will try to get more pics. Found a nice jacket I forgot I had.
dirty life & times · 18 years ago
option 1 or two. looks professional but, in my opinion, younger & less fussy than the embrodered outfit.
sheryls · 18 years ago
I'm definately going with #2, it has very simple straight lines and doesnt look too overstated or understated!!!!!!!!
and. you look of the hawt. :P
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