How the richest people in the world dress in everyday life

Spoiler alert: Their wardrobes don’t look like a movie.

What associations do we have with the phrase “the richest man in the world”? Most likely, he should have luxury real estate in the most prestigious area of the city, and if you sell all the things from his wardrobe, you can buy several good apartments and even a car. However, reality does not always coincide with our expectations.

Of course, some people with huge fortunes really dress exclusively in luxury brands. But the everyday style of billionaires from the Forbes list will definitely surprise you. We show how the richest people on our planet dress in ordinary life.

Jeff Bezos

Net worth: $177 billion

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The founder of the online store Amazon for the second year tops the list of the richest people in the world according to Forbes. And although Jeff Bezos boasts a fabulous fortune, his wardrobe destroys stereotypical ideas about billionaires. He wears basic T-shirts or polo and regular jeans – it seems that to repeat the images of Bezos, just go to the nearest mass market. Jeff clearly will not make sacrifices in the name of fashion, because his outfits are a model of convenience and comfort, and not a reflection of the latest trends.

Elon Musk

Net worth: $151 billion

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk is in second place on the list of the main rich people on our planet, and his lifestyle is truly surprising. Elon sold all his real estate and moved into a small modular house, and his simple outfits seem to be composed on the principle of “took the first one he got his hand and put it on.” Like Bezos, in ordinary life, the billionaire will choose not a custom-made suit, but his favorite T-shirts, jeans, and sneakers. And there is nothing wrong with this: Musk has repeatedly written that he does not need money because he devotes himself entirely to Mars and Earth.

Bernard Arnault

Net worth: $150 billion

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Bernard Arnault is the curator of the huge business empire of LVMH, consisting of 75 luxury brands, it includes the well-known Louis Vuitton and Tiffany. As you might have guessed, the billionaire’s outfits are markedly different from his neighbors on the Forbes list. In the pictures, Bernard always looks from a needle: classic trouser suits and shirts sit on him perfectly, and the cost of such bows can only be guessed. But there is nothing to be surprised about here – as they say, the status obliges.

Bill Gates

Net worth: $124 billion

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The style of Bill Gates can not be called unique – this is how many men of age dress. But the creator of Microsoft clearly knows how to bring paint into his life: he wears a lavender jumper over a pale yellow shirt, and for official meetings chooses more restrained shades – for example, a combination of burgundy and dark blue. It is clear that Bill likes practical outfits, and the combination of a jumper and a shirt has become his trademark. In costumes, he does not appear so often, but after all, the public appreciates him not for his exquisite wardrobe, but for great achievements.

Mark Zuckerberg

Net worth: $97 billion

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Once everyone discussed the permanent image of Steve Jobs and his asceticism in clothes. Mark Zuckerberg can be called a worthy successor to the legend: in his closet, you will find a ton of the same gray T-shirts and hoodies for every day. The billionaire explains his indifference to things very simply: it allows Zuckerberg to save precious time. He will not spend hours thinking about whether the socks will fit the tie and the shirt to the suit. Jeans and T-shirts are his main allies. With this approach, Mark makes room for more meaningful things.

Françoise Bettencourt-Myers

Net worth: $73.6 billion

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Our list could not do without one of the richest women in the world, the granddaughter of L’Oreal founder Françoise Bettencourt-Myers. The style of the French businesswoman has its own characteristic feature: she complements any outfit with a bright scarf, which becomes the main accent. For going out, Françoise prefers elegant trouser suits in dark shades, but sometimes a woman can be seen in simple jeans and a basic jacket. At the same time, the scarf always stays with her.

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