According to The New York Times, Silicon Valley may be one of the most fashionable places to work. Thanks to chic geeks like Marissa Mayer and Alison Pincus, Silicon Valley is no longer a drab place of suits and hoodies (well, except for Mark Zuckerberg.) Notable designers are actually coveting women in tech and catering to them. Silicon Valley has been injected with color and couture, mainly due to the fact that more women are working in tech and in more prominent positions and feel that they can finally dress the way they want.
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