V-necks are usually a great choice for most tech entrepreneurs. The shirts can add a fashionable bit of “sex appeal” (if you can even call it that) to techies’ typically lanky and ghostly pale bodies.
However, there is one critical word of caution about wearing V-necks that few know about — over-wearing your V-neck, particularly in the sun, can lead to disastrous consequences. You must never let this happen:
Evan Spiegel, the boy-billionaire founder of Snapchat, has been marked by his V-neck. After years of growing his genius idea into a wildly successful company (presumably under fluorescent office lights), he became the world’s youngest billionaire, bought himself a Ferrari, and now dates Australian supermodel and former Victoria’s Secret Angel, Miranda Kerr.
Unfortunately, when he removes his V-neck shell, the evidence that he is deficient in general exposure to the sun (from the front and back) is made all too clear and public.
When you become a billionaire off your startup, like eating healthy and exercising regularly, you must remember to tan without wearing your V-neck, lest you be branded with the mark of a V-neck goober.