I've been on interviews before for RN positions; however, this position that I am interviewing for tomorrow I would really like and want to do all that I can in order to nail the interview. My question is, what should I wear. Here is why I ask.
About a year ago I went to an interview wearing a black suit, white shirt, red based tie, black dress shoes. The manager who interview told me that I overdressed for the interview. Now a similar outfit (suit, shirt, tie, black shoes) I had worn during the interview at my current job and my manager commented on how professional I looked. The manager who told me that I overdressed, was an inpatient manager, at a hospital with an "ify" reputation, while my current manager, oversees an outpatient clinic. Any suggestions as to what might be the most acceptable choice of attire, for interviewing with a nurses manager of an inpatient unit?
I am planning on wearing a black or grey suit (probably grey), blue shirt, black designed tie, black belt and shoes. And I don't wear cologne, so that won't be an issue. Input would be great.