Flowy, bohemian fabrics
Everyone (a lot of people) loves a trendsetter, but you should not be a trendsetter when going for an interview. Remember that hiring managers aren’t always as stylish as you are and may read your incredible vintage muumuu as “sloppy.” You want to convey the fact that you’re sharp and detail oriented, and sometimes that requires crisp cotton poplin.
Anything too trendy
Stay clear of anything too trendy. The company should not remember you for your outfit; instead, you should be remembered for your wealth of experience and killer ideas.
What you should wear
You should wear your version of professional. Every industry and every job have its own dress code, so use your best judgment. If a suit is necessary, try to infuse something fresh into it (say a patterned silk blouse). If the office is less formal, lose the blazer and try a statement plaid pant instead. The bottom line: You want to appear fresh and cutting edge but, more importantly, simple and sharp.