We've gotten so many questions on proper interview attire that we thought we would put together a slideshow for your viewing pleasure.
A traditional dark suit with a white shirt and patterned tie looks very professional.
This lighter grey works well paired with a monochromatic tie, but don’t go any lighter.
This dark grey suit with a conservative patterned tie is a winner.
Pairing a conservative black suit with a pale blue shirt and light colored tie brightens the suit, but still looks interview ready.
If you feel like you are dressing for a funeral, brighten your look with a colorful yet traditional tie.
Don’t wear a sports coat with unmatched pants. Leave the bowtie at home. A traditional tie is appropriate interview wear. You can be quirky after you get into school.
While that light colored linen suit looked great on the beach when you were in a wedding party, it is far too casual for interview wear.
Shiny suits, skinny ties, and funky glasses look fine on the pages of a magazine, but not in an interview.
Gag ties that express your love of 80’s video games are cute gifts, but leave them home on interview days.