NEW YORK (AP) — New York City officials have changed a rule governing what taxi drivers can wear — and it’s not too shabby.

The city’s Taxi and Limousine Commission voted unanimously to amend existing regulations to require that drivers maintain “a professional appearance.”

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The previous rule had prohibited specific clothing from being worn as outerwear, such as underwear, tank tops, and swimwear.

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The new rule emphasizes broad parameters, that a driver’s overall appearance has to be neat, clean and professional. TLC Commissioner David Yassky says ethnic and religious garb are welcome.

Drivers will face a $25 fine for any violation, but Yassky insisted before Thursday’s vote that there would be no fashion police.

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