How to dress for a job interview at bank?

I have a job interview for a management position. I am currently employed by the same ban, as an assistant manager. It will be a panel interview, with three people. I already met two of the interviewers a few times. I am planning to wear a suit with skirt. It is gray, with faded dark pink strips. It looks very professional, but what is concerning me, is the pink strips. Do you think it is OK to wear this outfit, or I should think of something else?

Asked By: Vivi D - 3/30/2009
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Dress like a banker. In a suit that brings out the strengths of your personality, is professional, sophisticated, etc. Your choice sounds fabulous. Go for it. Good Luck!
Answered By: Paul - 3/30/2009
Additional Answers (5)
I think it would be fine to wear what you have described. If you are concerned look at what they wear, and pick something along the same lines. If that's the outfit you have great. Good Luck
Answered By: Georganna V - 3/30/2009
i think it sounds fine, definetely linking the grey! good luck!
Answered By: slk - 3/30/2009
I think that will be just fine. It sounds nice. The pink will give some personality. Here is another option as well... More
Answered By: Lord help us! - 4/1/2009
If you are not feeling good about the outfit, I suggest that you change it. You already don't feel confident about the outfit; it will only make you feel nervous during the interview. A black skirt suit will be a good choice though... More
Answered By: Sunflower - 4/2/2009
Whenever you go for a interview at bank make sure you dress conservatively. Your attire should not be flashy. You may contact HR (Human Resource) department of the bank and find out what dress code they have been told to follow. You can also wear the same kind of dress for the interview. Do not deck yourself with... More
Answered By: rickey p - 4/3/2009
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