A generation ago, dressing for a job interview could hardly be considered rocket science. Job counselors and coaches had plenty to say on the subject, but their advice fit a predictable pattern: don’t wear ripped jeans, shorts, or skimpy skirts. Wear a suit. Done and done. But the days of simply wearing a suit are fading into the past. At this point, job search attire is becoming more nuanced, and in a competitive marketplace with a seemingly boundless array of company cultures, it’s easier than ever to get it wrong. On the other hand, hitting the right notes can also be simpler (and easier on your wardrobe budget) than ever before. Keep these tips in mind.