Hello! I have been doing a lot of researching and am finding many mixed opinions when using search engines. I am on MacRumors a lot and am aware of the number of professionals that browse this site, so I thought I would ask for your input! I am going to be a college senior and will soon be applying for jobs and setting up interviews (in law enforcement). There is a Tommy Hilfiger suit at Macy's that I really like and is at a price level I can afford. I really like the design and style of the suit. (*NOTE: I did not make this post for you to criticize my choice of spending only $300 on a suit nor the designer of the suit. I am aware that this is a less expensive suit and might not be the best quality, but it what I can afford!*) The suit is dark charcoal, which is very appropriate for job interviews, but it also has grayish pinstripes. Are subtle pinstripes (like the ones on the suit I am interested in) okay for a job interview? Are pinstripes considered conservative enough for a job interview? Or would you suggest only solid suits? What do you think? For you people who hire potential employees, do things like pinstripes stand out or matter to you? I would wear a white dress shirt with a conservative solid color tie with the suit. Just as a note, I would not be wearing the vest. Here is a link to the suit: http://www1.macys.com/catalog/produ...OR=Gray&SUIT_STYLE=Suit Separates&sp=1&spc=10 Thanks for your help!