pinstriped

or pin-striped

[ pin-strahypt ]
/ ˈpɪnˌstraɪpt /

adjective

(of a fabric or garment) having a pattern of pin stripes.
Informal. having or conveying the attitudes, policies, etc., often associated with persons who typically wear such garments in their work, as bankers or lawyers: a pinstriped mind.

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Origin of pinstriped

First recorded in 1895–1900; pinstripe + -ed3

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