People who value disruption and unconventionality are more likely to interpret these signals positively. They work where deviations from the norm are lauded, and the interpretation says as much about the viewer as the wearer. But as waves of hoodie-wearing 20-somethings flood companies, sartorial deviation is poised to become the new norm. When everyone wears a T-shirt to lectures and board meetings, how do you tell who is truly innovative and who is just posing? Link
Time for a hoodie maybe? Or will the trend turn into a standard itself? Just like how everyone gets into suits and dresses in WallStreet even for the interns. We will soon see startup CEOs in hoodies.