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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.


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Dresses are the way to go
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Date Posted: 19:08:13 07/08/10 Thu
In reply to: CB 's message, "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!!" on 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: 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.


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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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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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