Would appreciate help, gentlemen.
I have a job interview at a financial institute. I'm applying for a post as a financial investment manager. Knowing the clothing culture in Stockholm, I suspect the people conducting the interview will have ill fitting suits (and shiny ties in windsor knots with black derbies). Nontheless, it's a conservative (work) environment. What would be appropriate to wear? I'm thinking midnight blue suit in a classic cut, white shirt, navy reppe tie (and white linen pocket square) with black cap toes. Maybe a faint pin stripe navy suit instead of the solid midnight suit? To much cliché given it's finance? My only concern is that I may send out the wrong signals by out dressing those conducting the interview. Thanks.
Navy suit, white shirt, grey or burgundy neat tie and black cap toe oxfords. No pocket square.