The Silicon Valley stylist who charges $2,000 or more to make techies look effortless says Rolexes are ‘gaudy’ and recommends a watch for less than $100 instead

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  • Silicon Valley famously has its own set of fashion rules.
  • Casual dress has always been king in the tech world, but some tech employees are opting for a more polished look.
  • Stylist Victoria Hitchcock spoke to Vox about how techies can achieve an effortless style.

Dressing for success means something different in Silicon Valley.

You won’t find many buttoned-up power suit aficionados at your average tech office. In many ways, Silicon Valley rapidly accelerated the decades-long decline of formality in office-wear in the 1990s. Even today, as tech-minded employees are hauling in impressive paychecks, the industry is famous for its laid-back style.

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