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Mark Zuckerberg shares what's in his closet: T-shirts and hoodies

by Randee Dawn / / Source: TODAY

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Finding just the right outfit to wear after a long absence from the office can be a tricky matter. Unless, of course, you're Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Zuckerberg has been on paternity leave since the birth of his daughter Max in November, and he's delighted us with a number of photos showing him as a doting dad.

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But for his first day back at the Facebook facility, the tech billionaire shared a photo from inside of his closet, along with a very specific concern: What to wear on his first day back?

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Rarely has an image of nothing but gray T-shirts and blue hoodies said so much. But with just one look, we now know at least four things about one of the richest billionaires in the world:

1. He loves a basic look.

2. He likely never spends more than five seconds thinking what to wear to the office.

3. He hangs up his T-shirts and hoodies. Hangs. Them. Up.

4. This is the most organized T-shirt and hoodie closet you may ever see in your life.

And that's just fine by us. More time spent with his daughter, we say!

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