Never mind the immigration ban that has the United States in upheaval. If you鈥檙e going to be in President Trump鈥檚 White House administration, there is now a dress code in place. According to a report, men must 鈥渂e sharply dressed鈥 and women, well 鈥 the president wants 鈥渨omen to dress like women.鈥

鈥淚f you鈥檙e going to be a public person for him, whether it鈥檚 a lawyer or representing him in meetings, then you need to have a certain look,鈥 an unnamed source said in a report on Axios. That means looking 鈥渘eat and orderly鈥 with an obligation to wear dresses.

As for men, the code is supposedly no less stringent. 鈥淵ou鈥檙e always supposed to wear a tie. If it鈥檚 not a Trump tie, you can get away with Brooks Brothers. But I鈥檇 suggest Armani,鈥 the source said. 鈥淵ou should have a good physical demeanor, good stature, hair well groomed.鈥

These rumors certainly align with Tweets by an account that鈥檚 reportedly owned by a few rogue White House staffers:

According to the report, Press Secretary Sean Spicer learned the hard way after not adhering to the code by appearing in an ill-fitted pinstripe suit at his first press briefing. 鈥淚 was getting text messages: Can you believe what he鈥檚 wearing?鈥 the source said. 鈥淔our people texted me, because we know the boss鈥 Trump is very much about: Present yourself in the best light. If you鈥檙e going to represent him, even more so.鈥 Since then, there has been a noticeable change in Sean鈥檚 attire: solid suits and ties, even the appearance of the occasional pocket square.

Rumors of the White House鈥檚 new dress code comes one day after Donald Trump nominated conservative judge Neil Gorsuch, who definitely fits into this 鈥渓ook,鈥 to the Supreme Court.

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(h/t New York Daily News; photo via Win McNamee, Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty)