Donald Trump's ties look much longer than usual, but he only occasionally wears them that way
Most people have been pondering about why President Donald Trump's tie goes past his belt. According to experts; this seems to be the reason.
Some theories regarding this have been brought up by fashion and even psychology experts.
Professor Susan Krauss Whitbourne, University of Massachusetts, Psychology Department once said Donald Trump used the tie to call attention to his privates or take the focus away from his guts.
Former New Jersey governor, Chris Christie's upcoming Tell All book (Let Me Finish) has a few things to tell us about Trump and the way he wears his ties.
The former governor, who is on the 'fat' side wrote that on several occasions President Trump had told him to start wearing his tie longer, as it would give him a slimmer silhouette.
According to the book, the first time Trump mentioned this was in 2005.
“You gotta look better to be able to win,” - he said.
Trump who amazed everyone after surprising a sick eight-year-old boy last year, spoke as if politics were a Miss World pageant.
Another time was in 2016 when Trump reminded him about his long tie - slimmer body theory.
Well, fashion experts have made their opinion on this clear; a man’s tie should fall no further than the middle of his waistband or belt.
Some are of the opinion that the long tie gives the body a shorter look.
The issue of long ties and the slimmer silhouette is a distraction from grave accusations made by the former governor in his Tell All book.
Chris revealed in the book how one of the political bashings had taken place. He recollects how for the first time Jared Kushner had said dirty things about him to Trump in April of 2016.
Not long after Trump was elected, the controversial President raised eyebrows after people noticed his taped tie during one of his appearances.
The book is not out yet, but it promises to be a wild read as Chris touches almost every sensitive topic, down to the prosecution of Michael Flynn and his involvement with the Russians.
His use of language is straightforward and descriptive, holding nothing back.