My question is about presidential fashion. What fashion advice would you give to Mr. Trump? Between the trucker cap that belongs on the shift manager of a box store, and the flapping tie and comb-over, how do we make him look more presidential?
–Name Withheld, Washington, D.C.
About presidential fashion, several tips.
Starting with his “presidential hat,” an embroidered trucker hat with USA on the front and the number 45, his place in the line of presidents, on the side, with his name at the back. Think of Abraham Lincoln’s iconic stovepipe hat and Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Rider slouch hat, which may be the most memorable — neither was manufactured to a mass market to make a fast buck. At shop.donaldtrump.com, you can purchase the Official USA 45th Presidential Hat for $40.:
World leaders have had their personal style from Winston Churchill’s formal Homburg to Muammar Gaddafi’s highly decorated officer’s hat, but for our current president to go down in history for his seven-foot ties, pleated, light colored chinos, trucker hat and famous comb-over is not overall a dignified image.
Look closely on this photo below for the double-faced scotch tape attached to the underside of Mr. Trump’s tie, that failed to stabilize it from sailing over his shoulder.
If he buttoned his jacket, his tie would be snuggly captured under the buttons. Alternatively, someone could give him a tie clip to anchor his tie to his shirt. Darker colored, perfectly fitted chinos, or dress khakis, would make Mr. Trump appear slimmer and less sloppy. While they’re at it, can someone, please recommend a decent barber to the White House!
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