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Hi: I think it depends on your field. The darker the color, the more serious the suit. A dark navy suit is traditionally seen as the interview suit. Black might be too severe. I prefer a charcoal or a light grey. For women, a business suit with a skirt that is at the knee is usually considered to be the most appropriate for an interview, with a button-down blouse that is not revealing from any angle. If you're petite like me, then find something petite. Le Suit is a good line of suits sold in most department stores. Wool or a wool blend is best, but most microfiber suits that don't wrinkle are also good. If you can, buy a starter suit with a skirt, jacket, and pants. You can start to mix and match and build a work wardrobe.

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