Steve Jobs is without doubt one of the most iconic entrepreneurs in historical past, because of his unimaginable potential to foretell the longer term. But certainly one of his most iconic creations wasn’t a product or firm, it was really his outfit. As early because the 1980’s, Jobs might be seen sporting a black turtleneck and blue Levis denims. Which was very uncommon for the CEO of a multi-million greenback firm. By the 90s, he started sporting this signature outfit on a regular basis. In public whereas visiting Apple Stores, on stage throughout keynote displays, and even privately in his own residence. This has left many individuals questioning why Jobs wore the identical outfit on a regular basis, and what prompted him to decide on a black mock turtleneck with blue denims. So let’s discover out why.


  1. He took the idea off Einstein who had the same clothing, all shirts, the same, trousers and jackets the same. He would save that time he may otherwise spend deciding what to wear.

  2. Like everything else with CrApple™ the "outfit" was just another example of how Jobs and Co. put "style" before actual function. Who cares that the Mac has always been a so-so computer, doesn't it look COOL!(?) Who cares that the iPhone has faced nothing but problem after problem after problem which CrApple™ has had to deny, ignore, been forced to fix, doesn't it look COOL!(?)

    There's a term for that – Shallow.

  3. I work in uniform.
    36 years now. The same type canvas overalls and hickory shirt.
    I do my job right, do it on time and give a fuck what somebody else thinks of it.

  4. He's American, which means he's a sloppy dresser and thought of himself to be like Einstein who also wore same things everyday. Let's hope he changed his underwear everyday atleast.

  5. I see, you think this has nothing to do with you. You go to your closet and you select out, oh I don’t know, that lumpy black sweater, for instance, because you’re trying to tell the world that you take yourself too seriously to care about what you put on your back

  6. I wear Ralph Lauren’s performance line everyday. It can suit any occasion unless I need my suit. The gym, running, going out, getting groceries. People say a lot about Polo and Ralph Lauren but to me it’s the most ideal and practical brand next to Apple. Definitely worth my money in my eyes.

  7. i wore black tshirt n blue jeans everyday because of him…….i just wanna keep it simple n comfy all day…stop wearing designer clothes aswell…i hate wearing collared shirts n button shirts..

  8. A $175 shirt? That is insane! And as much as $450 resale? What is wrong with people? I have three pairs of matching cargo shorts that I wear every day. One in the laundry, one I'm wearing , and one in the drawer.

  9. The clothing was about image and we already know that Jobs was totally obsessed with image. What I will forever wonder is which original ideas were truly his. The more I learn about him, the more it seems that he stood on the shoulders of truly talented engineers and visionaries and stole the best that was theirs. With that kind of thrust, and with due respect to this departed executive, even pigs can fly.

  10. As an IT intern at a company, I wore the same 2 outfits every week as it is all I could afford at that time. I got teased. Just shows it doesn't matter what you do, it's who you are that matters most to people. This is why I work with computers and not people.


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