I always tell my students to dress for the job they want not for the job they have. But you can't go wrong with a conservative business suit no matter what the dress code is for the postential employer. I like EMCALLISTER's suggestion about a touch of color with shirts and scarves. You want to be remembered, so having a little something to make you stand out is a good idea.
ie; "You remember her right? She was the one with the pretty blue and green scarf"
Not much more to add to everyone else's comments about attire but I do have an interviewing tip: I had an Office Manager friend who was interviewing to fill a medical assistant position and she said the hardest part was trying to get some of the applicants to elaborate. She said she didn't like having to pull the answers out of them.
Go to an interview prepared.
Don't just answer yes and no to their questions.
Tell a story. Give specific examples to back up your answers.
And Good Luck to you!
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