Alright, as a follow up to my graduation thread, I now have a few interviews coming up in the following weeks with some companies. I will be going in for retail management, product management, marketing manager, and advertising agency job T.B.D. Pretty diverse group there. I'm heading to Brooks Brothers, Nordstrom, and/or Jos. A Bank tomorrow. I want to like the Jos suits, but I know I'll probably fall in love with Brooks, but not the pricetag. I've been reading up, asking friends, etc. on what their thoughts on suits are. I'm a pretty large guy. Big shoulders, 6'2", 255 lbs., 38"/40" waist depending on manufacturer, 17 1/2" neck, 32" inseam. I'm sold on navy. I think that'll be the color I go with, maybe with thin pinstripes. I'm thinking single breasted with a medium lapel. Definitely going with a double slit back, not even thinking about a single vent in the back. Where I really need help is with shirts and ties. I think with the jobs I'm looking at I won't really have to wear a jacket at all times, so the shirts and ties are really more important. I think I'm going to start out with 1 suit jacket, 2 pairs of pants, 4 shirts, and either 2 or 4 ties depending on price. What, in your opinion, goes well with a navy suit, regarding shirts and ties. I was told never to wear red to an interview and that blue was always a good bet, but I don't want to overdo it with the blue. I'm honestly not the most stylish guy. I'm a t-shirt or polo with jeans and flip flops type of person. I'm seriously considering calling up a few of my homosexual friends and see if they'd be willing to go with this straight guy to help me out. So in the end. I'm looking at entry level management positions with bigger companies in the area (Time Warner, Wegmans, AOL, etc.). What would be your suggestions?