A man who is dressing up for an interview should always aim to dress for success. There is only one way to go, and that is all out and be as positive as you can be – and that should not only be reflected in your attitude, but also in the way that dress up and carry the clothes that you’re wearing.If you are going to go on a job interview, then your goal is to be successful anyway, so to go all out and be positive about it is what you should go for. This year, 2013, has just started and there are also so many great opportunities to take advantage of, and that definitely includes employment opportunities that can help make for a new and better life.The fact is that when it comes to the way men dress for job interviews, things have pretty much remained the same. And what that means is that regardless of the job position that a man is applying for, the standard would be to dress in a suit. The difference lies in the variety and even the quality of the clothes that the man who’s applying for a job is wearing.Understandably, a man who’s applying for a much higher job position should be expected to wear better quality of clothes. Someone who is fresh out of college or is applying for a lower job position cannot be expected to do the same thing. If he is already up for a return interview, or even a third one, he could pretty much wear the same suit but might be well advised to use some new ties and shirts to go along. Those who are aspiring for a position such as a manager cannot do the same, however.Tips for Suiting UpFor those applying for a spot at a high level, you need to have at least two suits at your disposal. If you could have more than just a couple, then the better it would be for you, but a minimum of two would be fine. The ideal colors should be a solid dark gray and a solid navy. Those two choices would make sure that you are not coming off as too flashy or showy and certainly wouldn’t be too off putting to anyone who’d be encountered by the one wearing it.What you are aiming for is too look smart and classy, and you do not want to stand out too much because of the clothes that you are wearing. Your qualifications – such as your capabilities, experience, and your personality – should be the things that need to stand out and not the clothes that you have on you.If you want to keep safe with the way that you look, then you’d better stick to wearing a single breasted suit. As much as possible, you need to avoid wearing a double breasted suit for a job interview, whether it is for your first, second, or later interviews.