Woman called 'unprofessional' for wearing cropped top to interview, but gets job


A woman was criticized for being "unprofessional" when she wore a cropped top to a job interview.

Emma from the USA went to a Twin Peaks restaurant for a waitressing job and was judged by her boyfriend for the "inappropriate" outfit.

Filming from inside her car, she says, "She asked me why she was wearing a crop top in an interview and said she was unprofessional."

But she then turns the camera to show her new uniform, which shows that she managed to get a job in the end.

She captioned the clip: "You don't understand they need to know I have t**s!"

Emma showed up at a job interview wearing a crop top (Image: TikTok/xoemmss) Read more related articles Read more related articles

Later, Emma explained in her comments that she wore a crop top because she followed the general rule of "dressing for the job you want, not the job you have."

Some shared her experience when they had an interview at the same restaurant or at Hooters.

"I'm a waitress and hostess at a strip club and I walked in wearing my best push-up bra and crop top," one said.

And a second written: “It's like how I adapt my resume to the job I'm applying for.

"The same goes for interview attire."

Her plan to 'dress for the job you want' worked and she ended up getting the job as a waitress (Image: TikTok / xoemmss)

However, a third wasn't so lucky, as she shared, "I wore a cute little tight dress and was told 'come back when you're ready.'"

A fourth added: "It makes sense now that I understand why I wasn't hired. I still dress professionally because that's what I was taught."

Emma also gave advice to other women looking to work at the Twin Peaks restaurant.

She said: "The main advice for this moment: hair down, makeup done, confidence, you have to have a good mouthpiece!"

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