It seems that Wall Street is in a tizzy over the Zuckerberg hoodie. They did not like that the founder of Facebook showed up in such casual attire. Why? What is their problem? This guy is well-known for wearing his hoodie. Can this article of clothing catch a break? Lately it has been in the news way too much.
The entire Zuckerberg hoodie fiasco shows that Wall Street is old, and it just further shows how out of touch the group is with the younger generations. Not only that, but the major debate also makes it look like people on Wall Street have nothing better to do than argue about Mark Zuckerberg's clothing choices. The guy is obviously a success, and it didn't happen because of his fashion sense.
Hopefully the Facebook CEO never changes his style. The late Steve Jobs was a huge success, and he never dressed up much either. What do you think about Mark Zuckerberg's choice to meet investors for Facebook's IPO wearing a hoodie? Would you have expected anything different from him?