Wall Street fashion is almost as erratic as the Dow Jones. Over the last decade alone, we’ve heard of investment bankers meeting clients in khakis and polo shirts to a quick return to suits and ties with the recession, and now banks are loosening the dress code again to compete with Silicon Valley.
One thing has remained constant is the ubiquitous jacket on the trading floor. Adopted from the traditional suit jacket, these jackets can be made with mesh back and sides and custom pockets for key cards and paper pads. Some jackets are even issued with company specific patches and insignia.
Just like this updated jacket for Wall Street traders, your professional wardrobe from Ted’s will outlast Bear and Bull markets alike.