So I'm stressing out pretty much right now. I going to my first real job interview tomorrow. All of my previous "interviews" were basically, you hand in our application, and based on that you have been interviewed. The people who are interviewing me sound pretty nice, but I'm still a bit nervous about how to look appearance wise. Personality wise I'm not nervous because I'm comfortable with speaking, but I just don't know what to wear. I know usually for an "interview" I'd wear slacks and a button down shirt, but most of the people who work at this store in retail dress casual to semi-casual. Also, the establishment is in Union Square and everything about the Union Square and the Village in general screams casual, but I'm still not sure. So I was wondering if I had the right coming in as a potential employee to dress how they dress or should I go in the traditional shirt, tie, and slacks? Do I dress for the environment of the work place (how I dress on a regular basis) or do I dress in traditional interview attire? Also, before this interview I'll be doing some volunteer work at a school, so whatever I wear I'll have to bring with me as a change of clothes and will most likely get wrinkled in my bag despite being folded.