I'm in the midst of dying my hair at this moment. I decided on blonde again since I can do it myself and I'm cheap (also, unemployed). I guess that explains why I spent over $400 on new clothes yesterday.
Alice = impractical
I'm getting ready for my job interview, which is this afternoon (in T minus 2.5 hours). I had decided on wearing a dark gray skirt with a red pinstripe sort of thing (not like plaid but more then a stripe, you know? I dunno whatever, it's fucking red and gray ok?) with a nice red sweater.
Then I looked up "What to Wear to An Interview" on anal-retentive.com and apparently red is too aggressive. Change of plans - blue and gray skirt, blue sweater. Then I see: "it is never acceptable to wear a collarless shirt". Is that for men or for women?
The sweater I'd wear is brand spanking new, not too tight but not baggy, not too low-cut but flattering. I have no clue. I haven't interviewed in ages. My last job I didn't interview for, I went on a day assignment and they asked me to stay permanently. The job before that was 4 years ago now!
Oh and apparently no bare legs? Who the hell wears pantyhose anymore? That means I have to go to the store and buy the stupid things because I sure don't own them.
I wouldn't actually be giving this so much damn thought but it's a female interviewing me. Men are easy, women judge.
I better go rinse my hair out before it turns green and matches my third choice of outfit.
This is why phone interviews are the way to go.