It was recently revealed that President Donald Trump reportedly prefers (opens in new tab) his employees to stick to a specific dress code—including the request for his female employees to "dress like women...even if you're in jeans, you need to look neat and orderly." We know how (opens in new tab)the Trump women (opens in new tab) dress, (opens in new tab) but the internet clapped back to show how other women across the country—doctors, soldiers, and even astronauts—actually dress.
It's worth noting that Trump also has a specific dress code for men, which includes (opens in new tab) being sharply dressed, wearing solid colors, and having well-groomed hair. Which basically means look professional—not quite as offensive as "dress like women." Because WTF DOES THAT EVEN MEAN?!
Here's a look at some of the best tweets that show President Trump what it means to #DressLikeAWoman.
#DressLikeAWoman......with 23 Grand Slams to your name.....👍☺️ pic.twitter.com/nc4TI84CkSFebruary 3, 2017
Yes, I'm doing an autopsy wearing pearls. #DressLikeAWoman pic.twitter.com/l3QBlCeJ2mFebruary 3, 2017
The President's new dress code says females should #DressLikeAWomanHere is a good example. pic.twitter.com/vF7uhMXmsbFebruary 3, 2017
Dressed for the Resistance #DressLikeAWoman pic.twitter.com/EQ5o71Ou4RFebruary 3, 2017
Sally Ride knew how to #DressLikeAWoman pic.twitter.com/foi46vU5AZFebruary 3, 2017
#dresslikeawoman Katharine Hepburn when harangued about not wearing a skirt: "I’ll wear it to your funeral.” pic.twitter.com/8yz2UvCtX3February 3, 2017
MPA graduation, master's in biochemistry, and a bachelor's in materials engineering. #DressLikeAWoman = being the smart ones in the room. pic.twitter.com/9KpgrrHgsyFebruary 3, 2017
#dresslikeawoman Police Officer pic.twitter.com/IITqlu51RwFebruary 3, 2017
That's me on the left wearing my favorite outfit #DressLikeAWoman pic.twitter.com/M8UnQ2pBwEFebruary 3, 2017
And finally, an appearance by the one and only Notorious R.B.G.:
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Maggie Maloney is the associate editor at Town & Country and ELLE Decor, where she covers style, beauty, jewelry, and the many members of the royal family. She also manages social media and content strategy for both brands.
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