For the next four years, the inauguration of Donald Trump will be a spectacle.
The man who made America great will have the opportunity to reshape the nation’s most cherished symbols.
And we’re going to make sure it looks great.
So, here’s a quick checklist of what you need to wear for the inaugural weekend.1.
The White House is packed.
While most of the inauguration will take place in the Capitol, it will be in the East Room and around the Capitol.
There’s plenty of room for all of the pomp and circumstance.
In fact, the president and his family will travel in an SUV with the words “Presidential Carpool” printed on the side, according to CNN.2.
The president will be wearing a tie.
The tie is one of the most popular styles for inauguration attendees, and the new president will wear it throughout his inauguration.
That means the new administration will be able to look stylish and modern without having to resort to traditional dress code.3.
The inauguration will be at a beach.
In Washington, D.C., there will be an open-air beach for everyone to relax and enjoy.
That’s a lot of beach.
The beach is located at the White House, where Trump will have a poolside BBQ with former President Bill Clinton, former President Jimmy Carter, and other VIPs, according the Washington Post.4.
You’re going for a casual look.
Trump will not be wearing his traditional suits and ties during the inauguration, and that will be for a reason.
In a statement, the White Street Journal reported that he will be taking off the suits, as he is a “lifestyle” president.
It’s a casual option, but not a formal one.5.
You won’t be seeing the Obamas or the Clintons there.
The Obamas will be out in the West Wing, where they will have an event, but will be staying in the South Lawn.
Instead, they’ll be attending a fundraiser at the U.S. Capitol.6.
There will be plenty of space for people to walk around.
The East Room is going to be a lot smaller, with a lot less people.
The West Wing is a big place with people in it, but the East Lawn is a smaller space, which means more people are walking around.7.
You’ll have more space to move around.
As you’ve already seen, the Capitol is a huge space.
So, there will definitely be more space available for people than at previous inaugurations.8.
The fireworks will be awesome.
The Obama family is planning to throw a massive ball of light that will illuminate the Capitol and will be spectacular.
They’ll be using the Presidential Ballroom in the White Houses grounds.9.
There are more than just a few ways to look great.
Here are some ideas for how to look smart for the inauguration.1.)
Make sure you wear something that looks like it’s from the ’80s.
The first lady, Michelle Obama, will be showing off her style in a colorful gown that is a combination of her dad’s and Melania Trump’s styles.
(RELATED: Michelle Obama Reveals How She Made the ’70s Look Like a ’60s Look)2.)
The first family will be sporting their signature suits.
The new president has been wearing a suit throughout his career and is taking on a more modern look for the occasion.
The suits are a departure from the look of the previous administration, which featured suits that were more formal.3.)
Make your own ’90s look.
It will be interesting to see the first lady’s style during her first appearance as First Lady.
Michelle Obama will wear her signature pink dress with sequined sleeves, while Melania Trump will wear the traditional black suit with a ribbon-patterned skirt.4.)
If you don’t want to be too conservative, wear a ’90-inspired blazer.
It won’t look like the new first lady is wearing a traditional suit.
Instead of a button-down shirt, the First Lady is wearing the blazer in the “sleeve-up” version.5.)
If the White house has enough space for everyone, the “President’s Bodega Tour” will be fun.
The tour will begin with a photo opportunity with former president Bill Clinton and former president Jimmy Carter.
Then, the group will tour the White Palace with the president’s wife, Melania Trump.6.)
The “White House Day of Remembrance” is an event that will celebrate the history of the Whitehouse.
The event is expected to last three days.7.)
If there are no VIPs around, go for a “crowd-pleasing” look.
In the past, there have been several occasions where the first family has been asked to pose with the “Crowd” as they walked through the streets.
This year, there’s a special opportunity for the president to pose as “Citizens for Trump” with his family, who will be dressed as members of the crowd.8.) There