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These Are Some Awfully Outdated Fashion On Wall Street
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Like any tribe, Wall Street has its own way of dressing, passed down from executives to managing directors, VPs to associates, and so on.
It is a (mostly) classic style for a very hierarchical set, and as such it evolves quite slowly. But it does evolve. Sadly, some on Wall Street do not evolve with it.
That is why we wrote this list, to make everyone aware of the things that have been left behind in the past, exactly where they belong. To do it, we talked to stylist Jessica Cadmus, of the Wardrobe Whisperer, who regularly cleanses the closets of bankers from coast to coast.
“When I edit a wardrobe, I designate three classes of items: those that are still relevant, those on ‘probation,’ meaning that they are serviceable but my eye is on them for an imminent upgrade, and those that need to be burned,” she told Business Insider.
The items on this list, she said, “are from the third class.”
Some of these picks were once staples but have gone out of style. Others are simply tired (as in we’re tired of looking at them).
If you know someone who has these in his closet, help him see the light if you can.
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We begin with an iconic photo from an iconic movie (“Wall Street”) to honor the place suspenders had in Wall Street’s past, but also to remind you that it was made in 1987.

It is now about to be 2017. The suspenders look dated now, and you (will) look dated in them.
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