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Best Mark Zuckerberg Costume Guide
If you happen to be a big fan of Facebook, why not go as Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder of Facebook, for Halloween or any other cosplay event? Mark Zuckerberg quickly rose the ranks of the Silicon Valley elite with the creation of Facebook where it became the number one social platform and all but destroyed Myspace. Mark Zuckerberg has created a social media giant that now includes apps like Instagram, Oculus, and WhatsApp. The Facebook CEO wears the same thing every day and you can too with this Mark Zuckerberg costume guide.
Cosplay the look of Mark Zuckerberg, by wearing men’s blue jeans, gray t-shirt, zip-up hoodie, Nike sneakers, and a backpack to complete the costume. Take along a Facebook “Like” Prop so you don’t blend into the crowd with your everyday look.
Mark Zuckerberg Cosplay Costumes
The Facebook CEO famously wears the same outfit every day. So, Finding all the pieces you need for your Mark Zuckerberg costume shouldn’t be too difficult. His “uniform” is typical everyday clothing items like a gray t-shirt, blue jeans, gray hoodie, and a pair of Nike shoes. If you want this look to stand out, you could try something like carrying around your laptop with Facebook opened on it.
To incorporate Mark Zuckerberg into a group costume, you could find a few friends willing to dress up as other famous Silicon Valley founders like Steve Jobs or Ryan Hoover. We’d love to see a few pictures of your costume by following this cosplay guide, so feel free to send over a few photos!
About Mark Zuckerberg
While Mark Zuckerberg was attending Harvard, he launched Facebook from his dormitory room. He didn’t just create the platform on his own though, he was assisted by fellow Harvard students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes. Originally open to only college students, Facebook became one of the fastest growing social platforms, reaching about one billion users by 2012. Since then, Facebook has experienced exponential growth by attracting more than 2 billion monthly active users.
On December 2012, Zuckerberg and his wife announced that over the course of their life they will give the majority of their wealth to advancing human potential and promoting equality. Then they announced they will give away 99 percent of their Facebook shares to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.