We've gotten so many questions on proper interview attire that we thought we would put together a slideshow for your viewing pleasure.
A conservative dark grey suit with a skirt that is at least knee-length works well.
A pants suit, with pants that are loosely draped, is a great choice if you might be interviewing in colder climates.
A dark tailored suit with a single strand of pearls looks classically professional.
Navy is a great choice if you want to avoid black or grey.
While this suit is very nice, avoid light colors and short sleeves on blazers.
Avoid short skirts (or the dreaded formal shorts), multi-colored blazers, short sleeves, and big jewelry.
Capri pants are very jaunty and cute, but they are not acceptable interview wear.
Make sure that your suited pieces match for a professional look. These pants are too tight and too short, as well.
Light colored and shiny fabrics are not appropriate for interviews; neither are these capri length pants.
Stay away from over styled blazers with piping, even one this cute.
While neon jewelry and bright pink pants may be work appropriate some places, this outfit is far too trendy and casual for a medical school interview.