By  on June 25, 2019

J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., the largest U.S. bank with $2.74 trillion in assets, has been relaxing its starched shirt and black suit dress code incrementally since 2016 when its color palate was expanded to navy and gray — gasp! for suiting — along with layering pieces such as sweaters and vests.

If it all sounds a bit dull, that’s because banks aren’t supposed to be exciting. That’s best left to the movies, whose bank scenes often involve robberies. And yet, Chase wanted its branch employees to have a little more color in their lives. So, it added new fabric options, including patterned shirts and blouses; chambray shirts and dresses, and performance fabrics for comfort and freedom of movement.

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