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Subject: interview wardrobe


Author:
sunflower
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Date Posted: 07:28:00 07/08/10 Thu

I am looking for opinions on interview wardrobe at Mrs. America this year. Would you recommend the standard interview suit, or do you think it would be advisable to go with a more "fashion-forward" dress. Looking at last year's photos, there appeared to be a mixture of both. South Carolina, Colorado, and Virginia wore dresses, however, Andrea was in a standard suit. Contestants are really curious about what would be most appropriate! Suggestions???

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[> Subject: Interview suit. I am a judge and would much rather see the classic suit.


Author:
My thoughts
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Date Posted: 08:01:56 07/08/10 Thu


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[> [> Subject: The trend now is a dress. Suits have become outdated. Judges want to see a contestant looking fresh and modern. A dress is your best bet!


Author:
Any good judge would know this :)
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Date Posted: 12:27:23 07/08/10 Thu

>>I am looking for opinions on interview wardrobe at
>>Mrs. America this year. Would you recommend the
>>standard interview suit, or do you think it would be
>>advisable to go with a more "fashion-forward" dress.
>>Looking at last year's photos, there appeared to be a
>>mixture of both. South Carolina, Colorado, and
>>Virginia wore dresses, however, Andrea was in a
>>standard suit. Contestants are really curious about
>>what would be most appropriate! Suggestions???

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[> Subject: I agree. You can't go wrong with a good suit. A dress is hit or miss. Just make sure that the suit is a nice color, and shows your personality.


Author:
Just me
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Date Posted: 11:41:48 07/08/10 Thu

>I am looking for opinions on interview wardrobe at
>Mrs. America this year. Would you recommend the
>standard interview suit, or do you think it would be
>advisable to go with a more "fashion-forward" dress.
>Looking at last year's photos, there appeared to be a
>mixture of both. South Carolina, Colorado, and
>Virginia wore dresses, however, Andrea was in a
>standard suit. Contestants are really curious about
>what would be most appropriate! Suggestions???

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[> Subject: It's true that last year's delegates had vastly diverse interview attire. There is not one right or wrong outfit. Ladies need to find what fits their style and personality as well as something that is going to make them look and feel fabulous and look ready for the job. The girl, not the gown, wins it and the same holds true for interview.


Author:
Have fun ladies!
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Date Posted: 14:02:51 07/08/10 Thu

>I am looking for opinions on interview wardrobe at
>Mrs. America this year. Would you recommend the
>standard interview suit, or do you think it would be
>advisable to go with a more "fashion-forward" dress.
>Looking at last year's photos, there appeared to be a
>mixture of both. South Carolina, Colorado, and
>Virginia wore dresses, however, Andrea was in a
>standard suit. Contestants are really curious about
>what would be most appropriate! Suggestions???

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[> Subject: My 2 cents for what it's worth. I love the dress suit, bolero combination. I think it looks classy and dressy at the same time. I wore a similar combination at my state pageant this year and got several very nice compliments on it. Therefore my suggestion if you wear a dress is to be sure it has a jacket of some sort. But go with what you love!!


Author:
CB
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Date Posted: 16:17:53 07/08/10 Thu

>I am looking for opinions on interview wardrobe at
>Mrs. America this year. Would you recommend the
>standard interview suit, or do you think it would be
>advisable to go with a more "fashion-forward" dress.
>Looking at last year's photos, there appeared to be a
>mixture of both. South Carolina, Colorado, and
>Virginia wore dresses, however, Andrea was in a
>standard suit. Contestants are really curious about
>what would be most appropriate! Suggestions???

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[> [> Subject: No No No DO NOT wear a jacket of any type with a dress!!!!! The dress is plenty! If you're going to wear a jacket, make it a skirt suit. Honestly, 90% of last years contestants at Mrs America wore dresses.


Author:
Dresses are the way to go
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Date Posted: 19:08:13 07/08/10 Thu

>>I am looking for opinions on interview wardrobe at
>>Mrs. America this year. Would you recommend the
>>standard interview suit, or do you think it would be
>>advisable to go with a more "fashion-forward" dress.
>>Looking at last year's photos, there appeared to be a
>>mixture of both. South Carolina, Colorado, and
>>Virginia wore dresses, however, Andrea was in a
>>standard suit. Contestants are really curious about
>>what would be most appropriate! Suggestions???

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[> [> [> Subject: I have a Jennifer Roberts sleeveless dress that comes with the matching jacket with 3/4 length sleeves. I could not imagine wearing this dress without the jacket. Sorry, but i disagree with you on saying no to the jacket.


Author:
JMHO
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Date Posted: 11:25:28 07/09/10 Fri

>>>I am looking for opinions on interview wardrobe at
>>>Mrs. America this year. Would you recommend the
>>>standard interview suit, or do you think it would be
>>>advisable to go with a more "fashion-forward" dress.
>>>Looking at last year's photos, there appeared to be a
>>>mixture of both. South Carolina, Colorado, and
>>>Virginia wore dresses, however, Andrea was in a
>>>standard suit. Contestants are really curious about
>>>what would be most appropriate! Suggestions???

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[> [> [> Subject: =


Author:
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Date Posted: 18:19:01 07/09/10 Fri

>>>I am looking for opinions on interview wardrobe at
>>>Mrs. America this year. Would you recommend the
>>>standard interview suit, or do you think it would be
>>>advisable to go with a more "fashion-forward" dress.
>>>Looking at last year's photos, there appeared to be a
>>>mixture of both. South Carolina, Colorado, and
>>>Virginia wore dresses, however, Andrea was in a
>>>standard suit. Contestants are really curious about
>>>what would be most appropriate! Suggestions???

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[> Subject: I think for America the dress is fine but I myself would where a dress with a jacket as well. Much more classy.


Author:
for what it is worth
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Date Posted: 16:23:02 07/08/10 Thu


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[> [> Subject: wear not where


Author:
OOOPPS
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Date Posted: 16:24:18 07/08/10 Thu


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[> Subject: You're being interviewed not the outfit. Imagine that you will be chosen Mrs America directly out of interview. Whatever you have on you'll wear to lunch, meet the press and visit the local childrens hospital. Wear what you love and what makes you the winner. Not too stuffy or formal. It's august and it's Arizona so bright colors and/or tints are perfectly acceptable.


Author:
Former Mrs
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Date Posted: 21:22:36 07/08/10 Thu

>I am looking for opinions on interview wardrobe at
>Mrs. America this year. Would you recommend the
>standard interview suit, or do you think it would be
>advisable to go with a more "fashion-forward" dress.
>Looking at last year's photos, there appeared to be a
>mixture of both. South Carolina, Colorado, and
>Virginia wore dresses, however, Andrea was in a
>standard suit. Contestants are really curious about
>what would be most appropriate! Suggestions???

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