Donald Trump’s ties have always been a turn off, be it their exceedingly long length or his Windsor Knot style. Turns out, there’s one thing we didn’t know about his menswear.
According to Mashable, the United States president elect uses a scotch tape to keep his tie in place.
Two pieces of Scotch tape were revealed after a gust of wind blew back Trump’s tie when he was in Indianapolis, Indiana to visit air-conditioning company Carrier.
The president elect doesn’t leave enough slack on the thin end to reach the built-in loop and he scotch tapes the back of his tie to his front.
For a man who sells ties with his name on them, you’d expect him to be a role model but seems like Trump isn’t the fashion ingenue we thought he was.
We wonder why he didn’t consider using a tie bar. The simple metal bar locks in both levels of a tie in place to a shirt’s placket.