The Evolution of Steve Jobs' Clothing

This is Steve Jobs' wardrobe evolution since 1998, the year he returned to command Apple as interim CEO. You gotta admire a man who is loyal to his style no matter what. But my favorite Jobs is the old school Jobs.

After he returned to Apple, it was all Levi's, New Balances and black sweaters. One day I saw him wearing a suit—kind of—in a MacWorld Japan keynote, but that was it.

Back in the 70s and 80s his wardrobe used to be a mix of everything, from walking around the Apple campus barefoot in a t-shirt and shorts to old school three-piece suits to show his computers in fairs and keynotes. Check out the gallery for some of his favorite looks through those years.

Top image modified from Fast Company's original.

The Evolution of Steve Jobs' Clothing

Turtleneck with a hole, dreamy look, emo hipster. I love Woz's Jesuschrist hair. These was the very beginning.

The Evolution of Steve Jobs' Clothing

Another photo of his very early years. You could see the black and jeans combo appearing there.

The Evolution of Steve Jobs' Clothing

I wish I could get this striped sweater for sweatermaster Sam Biddle. What a classic.

The Evolution of Steve Jobs' Clothing

Classic TV appearance. I don't know what's better, the corduroy jacket or that awesome hair and beard.

The Evolution of Steve Jobs' Clothing

Presenting his newborn babies in his best pinstripe suit.

The Evolution of Steve Jobs' Clothing

Young steve also wore three-piece suits, like IBM executives. And Diane Keaton (with whom he had a brief relationship, according to Jobs' biographers).

The Evolution of Steve Jobs' Clothing

If they told me Steve Jobs was Spanish when looking at this photo, I would totally believe it. He looks exactly like one of my uncles back in the 70s.

The Evolution of Steve Jobs' Clothing

A total classic. The brown lumberjack shirt. The mustache. Everything.

The Evolution of Steve Jobs' Clothing

During his exile at Next, after being ousted by some sugar water salesman named John Sculley, he didn't change his style much.