Twitter has erupted recently with the hashtag #dresslikeawoman after a campaign source cited Donald Tump’s preferred dress code for his staff.
"We hear that women who worked in Trump's campaign field offices — folks who spend more time knocking on doors than attending glitzy events — felt pressure to wear dresses to impress Trump," wrote Mike Allen and Jonathan Swan, who published the article on media website Axios.
The sources disclosed that in true appearance-centric fashion, Trump wants men to be “sharply dressed,” and women to more ambiguously “dress like women.”
Naturally various professionals around the world took to twitter to show how they #Dresslikeawoman and what that looks like to them- Because Charlie’s Angels aint real life and sometimes it can be hard to kick ass/ go to space/ save the planet in a skirt.
"Director/ producer/ writer/ academy award winner in her office with a view. I'll dress how I damn well please thank you very much #dresslikeawoman," shared actress Brie Larson to her Instagram followers.