Steve Jobs is known for donning a signature outfit for product launches and keynote addresses. According to StevesOutfit.com, Jobs's trademark look consists of Levi's 501 jeans, New Balance sneakers, and a black turtleneck.
Every few years, Jobs tweaks his so-called "dressed-down" look, but the ensemble has retained its basic elements (black shirt, sneakers, jeans) for decades. Why the devotion to this particular getup? Does he eschew fashion trends to highlight the aesthetics of his products? Is it he trying to create an iconic "Steve Jobs" image? Tell us your take in the comments below.
Check out the evolution of Steve Jobs' style in the slideshow below. Has it changed at all? Is the look at hit or miss? Weigh in.