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Steve Bannon Wore Two Button Down Shirts At The Same Time, And Twitter Is Confused


Steve Bannon has been compared to a lot of things: an alcoholic sweaty gym sock, an overripe banana left in the fridge for too long, and a ziploc bag filled with liposuction fat that's been given sentience. He's also been criticized for his ties with Russia and his horrible hip-hop musical screenplay.

The way Steve Bannon wears a shirt, or shirts, for public appearances is raising eyebrows. I mean who in the world wears a button-down shirt beneath a button down shirt. You're supposed to just wear one button down and put a t-shirt underneath it. Most likely a deep v-neck or even a tank top, but another button down? And then to wear two button downs and a blazer over it? What's the deal? Who does that?

Is the former White House chief strategist trying to start a fashion trend? Or does he need comfort from a particularly chilly reception?

Source: twitter

It's evident that Bannon likes to unconventionally layer up. His zany sartorial choice is a frequent occurrence.

Here he is during an election night event back in November 2016, donned in his finest T-shirt under polo shirt, under a button-down oxford, under a sports coat look.

You know, like you do.

Source: Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images

Twitter can't figure him out. But they gave it a shot anyway.

Turns out, this is an actual look! He's aspiring to emulate this fashion forward trend, one collar at a time.

But even though we question Bannon's fashion choice, here's hoping he doesn't go to the other extreme...

I still can't wrap my head around the multiple collars, who layers collars on top of collars on top of collars. There has to be a psychological profile for something like that. I'm no fashionista, but still!

H/T - twitter, buzzfeed