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10 Young CEO Wardrobe Hack

Be your own label. Classic never goes out of style!

As an entrepreneur, the workload can be intense, especially during the early stages when you are the CEO, CFO, HR person, sales staff, marketing guru, tech guy, office manager, and janitor. With all these roles, there’s rarely a moment that you feel your work is “done” for the day. Even fashion stress them out. But being a CEO does not mean someone needs to always dress formally.

Get some fashion tips and outfit ideas from these young CEOs.

Evan Spiegel – CEO of Snapchat loves wearing a white v-neck shirt, black standard jeans, and white sneakers.

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Mark Zuckerberg – CEO of Facebook wears gray crewneck shirt which became his signature style. He dresses well and wears well-fitted during award ceremonies.

Zuckerberg featured imageDaniel Ek – CEO of Spotify always consider what works for him. He sticks in wearing jeans, sneakers, and graphic shirts on most of his public appearances.

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(Photo by Jason DeCrow/Spotify)

Kevin Systrom – CEO of Instagram always go for expensive sneakers and slim-fit jeans.

Jack Dorsey – CEO of Twitter and Square tends to wear trendy, stylish formal wear.

Brian Chesky – CEO of Airbnb chooses clothes that look great on him.

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Brian Chesky photographed by Michael Lewis for Fortune Magazine at the AirBnB offices in San Francisco on June 3rd, 2015.

Pete Cashmore – CEO of Mashable wears pajamas when working at home. He opted to wear clothes where he is comfortable. He describes his style as “predictable” as he wears.

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Marissa Mayer – CEO of Yahoo is a self-proclaimed Oscar de la Renta addict. Armani pants and suits are a staple in her wardrobe.

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Elon Musk – CEO of Tesla dresses like he’s always ready for a photo shoot. He wears a suit and tie or tight black t-shirts, leather jackets and designer jeans.

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Tesla Motors Chairman and CEO Elon Musk (credit: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)