For a job interview, err on the conservative side. Your clothes should NOT stand out, and in fact, if you look too different, it may work against you.
I am female, and my interview outfit is a 100% cashmere pantsuit. It is a dark gray color with lighter gray pinstripes. Very conservative, powerful looking.
I wear a button up shirt underneath in a gray or white color.
I wear black heels that look expensive and polished.
I carry a small designer bag that looks elegant and expensive. I also carry a sleek portfolio to hold my papers.
For my hair, I wear it down, but blow dried very well, so it looks shiny, bouncy, and stylish. I wear minimal make-up that makes me look like me but better. No parfum.
What does this overall look do for me? First off, the suit and purse and shoes and portfolio show quality and style. But my hair and make-up is designed to make me look feminine and pretty.
Your main goal is to be elegant, professional, and attractive. Warm colors will not make you stand out. Instead, make sure your image is high-quality, "expensive" and stylish in a conservative way.