I have a couple of interviews coming up in the next few days but I don't really know what to wear. The first interview is for a quality assurance technologist position with a pharmaceutical company and the 2nd one is a research position (researching new adhesives) for an R&D company. I heard from the other males in my course that they are wearing suits. I can't afford a suit at the moment so I have to make use of what I've got. I have a white shirt and a pair of black shoes. The shirt looks professional but the shoes are the kinda shoes people wear with their school uniform: [PLAIN]http://c0.dmlimg.com/1fc1c1c2db5852e08ffc380475e263364571898a5e1539e0e632980204bb4801.jpg [Broken] ^^ thats the make of shoes but mine are all black I'm gonna borrow a pair of black pants off someone. Can someone with experience in matters such as this inform me about how it works. Will people who show up with a full suit (as in a shirt, tie, blazer, black pants and black business shoes) be more likely to get the job than someone with only a shirt, black pants and school shoes?