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Jun 30 '16 at 16:06 answer supercat timeline score: 0
Jun 30 '16 at 13:51 comment added DaaaahWhoosh While both sentences mean basically the same thing, using 'to' has a potential implication that you can take the suit off once you arrive at the interview, whereas using 'for' implies you'll be wearing it at the interview and may remove it afterward. No one should make this misunderstanding, but it could potentially be the basis for a joke.
Jun 30 '16 at 11:00 comment added eques @RichardTuttle "for an interview" could indeed mean something like "to receive an interview", but to vs for doesn't affect whether it's advice from outside or mandate from someone involved.
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Jun 29 '16 at 22:39 comment added Richard Tuttle The former makes me think you need to be wearing a suit to an interview while the latter makes me think you could possibly be denied an interview if you don't wear one. "To" seems like helpful advice from someone outside of the interview while the "for" sounds like a mandate from someone involved in the interview.
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Jun 29 '16 at 20:00 comment added user3169 When it comes to prepositions, there is a lot of crossover in meaning or usage. Rather than just ask A or B, you should give your rationale for using them in your context. The interview could be a location (to) or an event (for), but I can't tell which meaning you intend.
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