Hey, I have a job interview coming up in one week from monday. I'm excited, but I have one problem: what do I wear? edit: I'm a Computer Engineering major, and this is an on campus interview for an internship position next Summer. I know I probably don't have to wear a suit, so pants, a shirt, and (maybe) a tie will be enough. Anyone have any recommendations as to which pair of pants, shirt, and tie I should get? Height: 6'1" Weight: 160lbs Age: 20 Neck: 16-16.5" Chest: measures exactly 40", so I upgrade to a 42-44XL when getting a non-t-shirt Sleeve length: 36".. yes, I know, I have long arms. Waist: measures 33'ish inches, so I wear a 34. A size 33" fits uncomfortably close. Inseam: I usually get 32 when buying jeans, but the exact measurement, from crotch to floor: 38" Waist-To-Floor: Measuring where the tuxedo line would be, I get a 44" length from my waist to the floor. Mid-thigh: 19.5" around. Calf: 14.75" around. My back is a little bit hunched forward (years of carrying a school bag), my legs are scrawny, and I don't think I have an ass (though I may be average in this dept). What else do you need? What kind of shirt should I get? What color? What kind of pants? Pleated? Flat Front? What kind of shoes do I need? What color? Should I wear a tie? What kind? What color? Any other tips? I've been a church-goer my whole life, but since college started, I haven't been. So now all of my "church" clothes don't fit anymore. I'm pretty skinny, and tall, if you have deduced that already. Basically, I'm looking for someone to suggest actual outfits. Thanks! I don't know how dress clothes are priced, so I don't know what to set my budget at, but I don't need anything expensive, or super name brand (ie, overly expensive). The look and fit are most important, then brand, I guess.