I mentioned in my earlier post that I was dressed what I also thought of as professional--plain black dress with summer-y jacket (it's 100 degrees!), hose and black heels. The other person interviewing (who looked nice, btw, but maybe too casual) was in a lightweight casual dress and strapless flat sandals. I wonder--did I overdress? Or is it still best to "dress for success," as we used to say? But I also wonder if a dress and heels screams "old lady" and uptight. FWIW, people here are very casual, but I still think an interview is an interview and to dress accordiningly. Pantyhose are horrible inventions! But I am also in my 40s, and that was/is part of what I was brought up to believe was part of business/interview attire. Thoughts?