Steve Jobs is one of the most iconic entrepreneurs in history, thanks to his incredible ability to predict the future

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But one of his most iconic creations wasn't a product or company, it was actually his outfit.  As early as the 1980

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Jobs could be seen wearing a black turtleneck in blue Levi jeans, which was very unusual for the CEO of a multimillion-dollar company

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By the 90s, he began wearing his signature outfit every day in public, while visiting Apple stores, on stage

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during keynote presentations, and even privately in his own home.  This has left many people wondering

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why Jobs wore the same outfit every day and what prompted him to settle on a black mock turtleneck with blue jean

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So let's find out why.. Alright now. The origin story behind Steve Jobs's iconic outfit is almost as fascinating as the man himself, 

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who was known to have a passion for Japanese design and architecture. And it was during a trip to Japan in the 80s when Jobs learned

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