Internet mercilessly mocks Kellyanne Conway for wearing ‘Trump Revolutionary Wear’ to inauguration
Top Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway wore a special outfit for President Trump’s inauguration on Friday — and the internet hasn’t stopped laughing about it for hours.
Conway’s outfit, which TMZ claims she describes as “Trump Revolutionary Wear,” is a red-white-and-blue getup that is meant to be somewhat reminiscent of Revolutionary War-era military uniforms.
CNN’s Hunter Schwarz notes that her coat is actually a $3,600 Gucci wool a-line coat — and CNN’s Kate Bennett writes that the coat was originally designed to pay tribute to the city of London, which isn’t exactly a place to celebrate the American Revolution.
Twitter, however, took one look at Kellyanne’s outfit and immediately started cracking jokes that compared Conway to a nutcracker, Paddington Bear, and a circus ringmaster.
Check out a sample of top reactions below.
Kellyanne Conway's inauguration outfit… who wore it best? pic.twitter.com/FBJYfCJrky
— Kelly Tribble (@kellytribble) January 20, 2017
— Yes, You're Racist (@YesYoureRacist) January 20, 2017
Why does Kellyanne Conway look like the old New England Patriots logo? pic.twitter.com/swgdHH53v6
— Tyler Brooke (@TylerDBrooke) January 20, 2017
— Brandon Pope TV (@BpopeTV) January 20, 2017
Nothing says "Presidential advisor" quite like dressing as the head stewardess for Patriot Airlines, circa 1966 pic.twitter.com/eXmq1ocQf6
— TBogg (@tbogg) January 20, 2017
— Mick MacLennan (@mickdxb) January 20, 2017
Kellyanne Conway loves America so much she bought this from an Italian fashion brand https://t.co/BXn4KpB8vj
— Merry Krimsmas, you filthy animal (@KrimsonVnm) January 20, 2017