Okay so, I am a currently a stay at home wife, we have one vehicle. I wasn't actively looking for a position, however if one came up that worked in my hubby's schedule. I would apply. Well I just got a call back and have an interview tomorrow morning. I am so nervous. everything i wear shows off my belly. I am not huge yet where a person would be like wow your going to pop. and still small that a person probably wouldn't have enough courage to ask. lol My question is can you give me tips on what i should wear, from hair down to my shoes. So i can look professional, yet not a soon to be young mother! Thanks (PS I dont plan on telling them i am, however if they ask I will say that i am.) Currently 18+5 weeks.
I did the same thing last week! I'm not actively looking but I've applied at a few places and i got a call back last week. I didn't want them to know i was expecting but I'm pretty sure i picked out the wrong blouse, my belly looked huge! I'm 18+3 barely showing.
Definitely black because it makes everything look smaller. Good luck!
Thanks everyone, I am still nervous but excited to be able to do something other than sit on my butt all day. I am a person that has worked her whole life, and its been depressing ever since i moved, cuz i don't have a job. I forgot to bring with me shoes from Wisc. other than tennis shoes, and flip flops lol so hubby has to go out and buy me something for shoes to wear. I will also have to find a way of making my pants stay up. cuz my dress pants don't have the ability to do the hair tie trick lol So hopefully my Belly coverup thingies will do the job lol.
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