What to wear to an interview conducted by Wharton graduate?

<p>Normally, I would have no problem going khakis and dress shirt for a college interview, but since I am applying to Penn's business school and the interview is going to be held in the interviewer's office in a corporate building, would I be better off going with a suit?
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.</p>

<p>Better to overdress than underdress. I'd go in a suit.</p>

<p>I had an M&T interview today over Skype and I just wore a sweater and a Polo pullover. I felt that I'd underdressed since my interviewer was wearing a dress shirt.</p>

<p>Thanks for the reply. Also, would it be appropriate of me to ask my interviewer how I should dress for the interview? I don't want to give off the impression I don't know proper interview etiquette</p>

<p>A suit is not necessary, business casual would be fine. Slacks w/ a dress shirt. I'm also doing a Wharton interview with a Wharton alumni and I'm meeting him at his business as well. He said "please come casually dressed."</p>

<p>Any interviewer who judges you for not wearing a suit is a POS.</p>

<p>I don't remember which school within Penn my interviewer was from, but I wore what I pretty much wear every day - a nice shirt tucked into khaki shorts, with boat shoes.</p>

<p>Dress comfortably. If you feel comfortable suiting up, do it. Otherwise, you're only impeding your interview.</p>

<p>I'm wearing:
a white button up shirt, belted, a blazer, jeans, and heels.
Not too formal (we're meeting at starbucks lol) but not too casual either.</p>