I'm actually not adverse to people asking interivew questions. We actually do have a Styleforum 101 article, written by @unbelragazzo , that should be used as a reference: http://www.styleforum.net/atype/5/Styleforum_101
However, in my experience, a static resource is not nearly as useful as a live answer. It's impossible to capture all the intricacies of specific situations in FAQs. (Part of the reason that automated call centers are so frustrating for so many people.) For me, the really tedious questions are the "Who makes this suit that Daniel Craig is wearing?", though, tbh, "Does this suit fit?" or "If I wear a size 10 in Carmina Rain, what should I wear in Edward Green's 888 last, that seem acceptable, are not much better.
I was proposing rather that would split up the "Small Questions Threads" into a tractable number of more directed threads,, such as "Post your questions about appropriate clothing for interviews here". Of course, someone would have to do the task of actually gleaning what might be good threads.
I sort of feel that for these threads, an annual reboot would be merited, since even classic styles change appreciably.
I have seen that @Academic2 is in that thread. Would you mid doing the honors? I feel that not more that 3 or 4 threads. Otherwise, people get really confused (trust me on this one.)