I would quite like to buy something new so I feel superconfident but have hardly any time to look around.
I have a very boring array of clothes I wear to work - wide legged trousers and smartish tops with ballet shoes mainly, or slightly flared knee skirts. Never wear suits but perhaps I should for an interview?
The job is in a creative organisation - it's not formal like banking etc.
If it's creative you probably don't need a formal suit. I sat in on interviews at my job recently (on the smart-casual end of the spectrum), no-one wore suits but the 2 candidates who looked the best both had a good haircut, and wore [a] a cardigan and puff-ball skirt outfit in black [b] a dark linen dress plus co-ordinating but not matching jacket in beige linen that matched.
wear what ever makes you feel comfortable.
Try and find something without food/sick/felt tip on it.
if you are still breasfeeding try to avoid leakage.
I think people make too much fuss about what to wear to an interview.
If you've got the right qualifications, a decent reference and are basically an ok person, that does tend to help.
one can only polish a turd so much.
I only notice what someone is wearing if it is totally hideous or incredibly inappropriate - hotpants on a fuller figure in Jan etc