Originally Posted by onthelistbaby
I agree. Wear the pinstripe again, change up the accessories, but you might as well get another decent suit - or at least an odd coat and pants that you'd feel comfortable interviewing in.
This is most certainly the route I'd take. Navy pinstripe -- as long as it is
a pinstripe and not chalk- or pencil-stripe -- is ubiquitous enough that it will not stand out; hence, no one should think "oh my Word, that's the same suit!" And as we teach in business, always dress up for an interview, even if you know the interviewer will be dressed down.
That or nude, assuming you have anice physique.
EDIT: I'd ditch the pocket square during and interview. As much as I love them, I also love my gray suit with orange windowpane and all my brightly colored ties and pale blue socks (not all at once, though!), but not for interviews. The reasons: a pocket square, particularly in a creative field, can make you look somewhat stuffy, and it draws too much attention to itself. The interviewer may not notice...and of course it probably didn't hurt you the first time...but why chance it? As I always say, why give the person a reason to give you a strike? Save it for when you get the job and attend a nice function, or for your celebration dinner!
Oh, and good luck!