Thankfully, I did get that chance, when I interviewed about a week later. I had a great talk with the hiring manager, easily answering all her questions and asking a few of my own. She was very positive, and told me I did great, and a few days later, called and offered me the job.
This is going to be a very big change for our family, as my husband and kids have relied upon me to take care of most household/family responsibilities. They are all supportive and excited for me, and I now have my in-laws' help as well, since they moved to our town. (I HOPE they are this enthusiastic when they have to help with dinner or other chores!) Figuring out a new routine and scheduling will be interesting for the next few weeks, but I am very excited to get started. I have orientation and training starting tomorrow.
So... What does a girl wear to an interview at Gap? (I'm glad you asked.)
|Shirt: Target (find it here, love this one, this one's cute too)|
Skirt: Trina Turk, thrifted (similar print, love this one, similar-ish, crazy about this one)
Studded leather belt, thrifted (skinny version, very similar, closest i've seen)
Shoes: Anthropologie Stacked Strap Heels (general shape, in a funky pattern, classic)
Bracelet: J Crew leather wrap (darker here, same color, stackable here)
Okay, all you working girls, any suggestions or tips for me? I'm open to all help!