If you’re looking to make a statement, go for a bright color like red or yellow. If you want to play it safe, stick with a classic like navy or black. Male politicians, like Trump, have basically three outfits to choose from: Either they can wear a black suit with a tie, a grey suit with a tie, or a really dark blue suit with a tie. Christie, Rubio, Dr. Carson, Walker, Trump, Jeb Bush, Huckabee, Cruz, Paul, and Kasich all wear black or charcoal grey suits over top of white dress shirts with a tie. Almost all of them wear black shoes (though Carson and Paul seem to be wearing brown instead). This is the uniform of male American politicians. When president Obama violated this dress code by wearing a tan suit, media pundits and the fashion police lambasted him as though he had committed some sort of horrible war crime: Obama’s tan suit controversy hits 5-year anniversary
When you wear nondescript black suits and white dress shirts every time you go out in public, you blend into the sea of other politicians also wearing them, and look identical for every public appearance. The only way men in politics have to stand out, then, is to change up what tie they sport with their suit. Trump likes to wear ties with America’s traditional colors of red, white, and blue. I mostly see him wear red ties, followed by red/white striped, and then blue/white striped, occasionally donning a simple plain blue tie. Rarely, he’ll don something more extravagant, like a purple or yellow tie. These colors can send a different message depending on what the situation is.
For example, Trump delivered his State of the Union Address, in 2017 and 2018, when the senate and house were controlled by Trump’s party, sporting a blue tie and then a blue/white striped tie: Blue is considered to be a more passive and tranquil color, associated with compassion and caring, fitting for when you hold a government trifecta. Once Democrats took over the house at the end of 2018, Trump switched to a fiery, energetic red tie to deliver his 2019 State of the Union Address. Trump similarly switches up his tie colors in foreign relations depending on who he’s talking with. I doubt you’ll find a much better example than the Singapore Summit, where Trump sported a blue tie while meeting with the prime minister of his ally, South Korea… But then donned (no pun intended) a powerful red tie to meet adversarial leader Kim Jong Un, the dictator of a nation hostile to the United States, North Korea
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