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Just go to Neiman's, Nordstrom etc and ask for a power tie for an interview.
*The following rant might be a byproduct of my frustrations with the job search in general.*
If you have no personality, or are willing to wear whatever costume is required of you in order to land a firm job, then by all means go to Nieman's or Nordstrom and ask for a power tie for an interview. But keep sight of what this sort of attitude brings with it. If you feel that you need to wear a certain tie for an interview, and that if you wear a slightly different, yet still quite conservative tie to that same interview, your chances of landing the job will suffer, prepare yourself for a career of blind conformity. In fact, to really make sure you sweep the interviewer off his feet, go to an expensive salon and ask for an interview haircut, shave off all facial hair, wear a white dress shirt with a navy/charcoal suit, black belt and shoes, and black socks. Carry a leather portfolio with your resume and references inside, and have a big smile on your face. In short, make yourself as physically indistinguishable from your peers as possible. Do this to prepare yourself for a career in which you will be largely indistinguishable from the numerous other associates with whom you'll be slaving away 12/hrs a day.
Or, wear whatever tie you like, within the bounds of a professional dress code, and resist the fear of showing some hints of your character through your physical appearance. If the interviewer is so put-off by the stripes on your tie that he no longer views your candidacy objectively, maybe you're lucky to have escaped a future with that firm.