Greetings all... I'm in the IT industry where for years my attire had been as casual as jeans and a tee. After working in an investment firm for some time I swapped out jeans for Michael Kors shirts, Slacks, Coach leather shoes, etc., anyhow, I have an interview for a "biotech research" firm coming up Friday and their motto is business casual which to me is an oxymoron: Business = Khaki's and collared shirts - Casual = jeans and a shirt ... While I won't be going to the interview in jeans obviously, many of my shirts are rather bold and stylish dress shirts. Many have patterns for instance Michael Kors: Orange checkerboxed (looks like a picnic tablecloth), striped grey and white with red buttons and a pocket on the sleeve, Joseph Abboud limish green, Geoffrey Beene, etc., most are non neutral... The most neutral shirt I have are 1) Cobalt blue Michael Kors collar with a blind embroided M on the pocket, and a "skyish blue" with the similar M on it. I don't want to look like a GQ misfit for an interview, yet I don't want to look too casual. Slacks, I have every neutral color in the book, corduroys, the same. My question is, should I be bold and wear something that stands a bit out in order to separate myself? Being in the IT field, its never been much of a mandatory to wear suits... I was thinking: Beige Khakis with the Cobalt blue shirt, I have a dark brown pair of Coach leather shoes/sneakers, Timberland dress shoes, and a pair of black Kenneth Coles... My usual attire is: Distressed jeans from Express, Versace, DKNY... T Shirts from D&G, Puma Mostros and baseball caps... Any suggestions are greatly appreciated... The company I will be interviewing for is similar to http://www.dialog.com/ industry-wise. After my initial phone interview, seems to be a position of typical geekland: Computers, routers, telephone equipment, etc... Being the interview is on Casual Fridays, I don't want to overdo it.