114 thoughts on “Take the uniform pill

    • Anonymous says:

      Then he wouldn’t be able to say
      >I’m a rich gay acting like I don’t care how I look by dressing like the commoners and pretending to be like them

        • Anonymous says:

          He is wearing one in 2009, but then removed it the next year because he probably thought he didn’t look enough of a casual peasant with it.

          • Anonymous says:

            Am I the only person who thinks belts looks terrific with sneakers? They gotta be boots or dress shoes. Unless you are doing prep-core or like golf core.

          • Anonymous says:

            He had cancer for something like 8 years, his weight was probably up and down from the cancer and treatment, hence the belt.

        • Anonymous says:

          steve jobs pioneered the idea of rich guys doing it and he specifically did it to give off the false impression of being more humble, relatable and down to earth.

          • Anonymous says:

            >he specifically did it
            according to who? you?
            he says it was literally just one less decision he had to make. when you know what you’re going to wear, you can think about other things instead.

          • Anonymous says:

            nta but this has been attributed to basically every genius in history.
            people said the same about Einstein and Picasso, and it seems to always be false.

          • Anonymous says:

            i’m not defending anything but the truth
            if that’s somehow more pathetic in your eyes than dividing people into apple cultists or apple apostates then so be it

          • Anonymous says:

            Let’s be honest, we all just dress up for pussy. If the world was all men we would take the uniform approach as well.

          • Anonymous says:

            Everyone had a uniform until the 40’s. Fashion was for women. Men wore suits and nothing else.It was either a full on suit, or just the dress shirt and pants without the jacket and tie. That was the extent of a "casual" outfit.

      • Anonymous says:

        >dressing like the commoners
        >issey shirt
        stop being an unremarkable pleb and get your money up, you seething brokie

  1. Anonymous says:

    Cringe as heck. What a pretentious douchebag he was.
    >acting like le holy man of heckerin technology
    GTFO stupid

    • Anonymous says:

      Nah 2004 was, with short beard. He reminds me of a IT training teacher i had in the early 2000. Best hecking time for everything IT related, the Internet was actually fun, games were on point. Today is just a social media clusterheck, miss those old days.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I think signal president meredith whittaker is fa. depending on the occasion the leather jacket gets replaced by a black blazer.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I thought this was going to be another /fashion/cism thread and was presently surprised when I enlarged the image.

  4. Anonymous says:

    If I could, it’d be like grey trousers, black shirt/top (polo/turtleneck/crewneck) and some boots. But I like variety too much.

  5. Anonymous says:

    This isnt /fashion/ this is just a sign youre severely on the spectrum
    He even has the autistic adult sneakers

    • Anonymous says:

      I wonder if Susan Kare, Apple’s graphic designer, introduced the shoes to Steve or if it was the other way around.

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/8qTOjuV.jpg

      I wonder if Susan Kare, Apple’s graphic designer, introduced the shoes to Steve or if it was the other way around.

      I also see similar glasses in those pictures. Behind Steve’s head and the upper left corner shelf in Susan’s pic.

  6. Anonymous says:

    (OP)
    uniform 80-90% of the time
    peacock in designer shit the rest
    when you buy stuff that actually speaks to you from designers you like and have a mature enough taste that it doesn’t drastically change every few years, its nice to wear your clothes less and have them last longer. no need to ‘get your moneys worth’ before the trend cycle ends if you’re not buying around trend cycles.
    and socially you get the advantages of being that guy who wears cool designer art type shit, or flexes, or whatever you’re trying to get out of it without being obnoxious about it. it has more of an effect on people & makes you more socially approachable/less autistic seeming when you’re not tryharding every day.

  7. Anonymous says:

    there was one, it was called the suit. the suit was anti fashion, just a uniform you’d wear everyday and not worry about clothing or looking cool or spending money on trends. that’s all gone now though

  8. Anonymous says:

    My question is what fit of denim is that? Not to baggy, not tight, sits on the sneaker well and not draping over them. I’m don’t want to look like some “baggy is back” zoomer and some 2010s millennial still stuck on skinny. Just a more mature looking pair of jeans.

  9. Anonymous says:

    A uniform is rarely something that you autistically decide on because you’ll likely fall off eventually. Over several years of collecting and going through different phases I found the perfect clothes that make sense for me. The only thing that isn’t cemented in is the pants, which allows me to entirely change the mood of the fit.
    Uniform fashion is only really achievable after some experimentation and not really something you should decide on abruptly. I’m not saying it’s difficult, but it feels like it’s something you stumble upon rather than design.

  10. Anonymous says:

    >Take the uniform pill
    I really want to but I haven’t been able to construct an outfit that I would want to wear every single day. I work from home so I don’t need to wear business casual anymore but I also hate the feeling of working in my pajamas/lounge clothes every day

      • Anonymous says:

        >logos are for poor pleb posers not old money like me
        >QuIeT LuXuRy
        >theres this new label i’m into recently, Loro Piana. it’s pretty underground you’ve probably never heard of it

        • Anonymous says:

          Not him, but I think logos just don’t look good regardless. I don’t want to be an advertisement, nor do I want to communicate anything through the fact that I’m wearing a specific brand.

        • Anonymous says:

          Only stupid useful idiots walk around with logos on their clothes. Does that brand pay you money to advertise its logo? Then why the heck are you acting like a free walking billboard for some corporation? Why don’t you just become a janny if you like to work for free so much?
          Not to mention, they’re heck ugly. They’re like graphic t-shirts but worse. At least the graphics on a t-shirt say something about you. A brand’s logo is just that, its logo that you go around advertising like their little monkey.

          • Anonymous says:

            I agree with you, I avoid logos like the plague, but there is some utility in wearing an adidas shirt for example because that inherently does say something about you, or at least it portrays what you want portrayed. I’m struggling to think of another brand where this is applicable, but Adidas definitely created an aura where you communicate athleticism while also not putting out an egoistic vibe.

  11. Anonymous says:

    >look guys, I paid some engineers to make technology!
    >also, I wear the same boring-ass ugly outfit all the time, I’m so quirky
    What a genius visionary

  12. Anonymous says:

    i love steve jobs’ receding hairline. i must be one of like 4 people who find that to be a cute trait for a man to have

  13. Anonymous says:

    Men known for being dedicated to something aren’t really /fashion/ idols unless it’s in the industry of keeping appearance like models,singers, actors. You wanna take advice from nerd to the core men go ahead

    • Anonymous says:

      Could be a post hoc ergo propter hoc, but he brushed up against his first round of cancer. He stated at the time that he hoped to live for some decades more. Little did he know. Pretty sure it was because of work-related conflicts and his shitty frutarian diet. Very unfortunate. Cook pales in comparison. Hopefully someone else from the C-suite takes over soon enough. Frederighi or Joz?

  14. Anonymous says:

    I have this jeans jacket I wear every day no matter what
    I only wear jeans pants, black or blue with shoes and belt that match
    The only thing I change every day are my shirts, but if I could I’d wear the same plain V-neck every day

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