Donald Trump is embracing the trend of dressing up in black for his inauguration.
In an interview with CBS News’ Charlie Rose on Sunday, Trump said he would be comfortable in a suit and tie, a black dress and black shoes for the inauguration.
“I’m totally cool with it,” he said.
“But, you know, I’ll do something else.”
Trump also said that he wouldn’t wear a wig at the inauguration if he could help it.
“My hair is a mess, but I’m fine with it, you see,” he told Rose.
“If I do it, I don’t mind it.
I’d be fine with doing it, because I don of course want to have a wig, but the wig’s a problem, right?”
Trump also noted that he would wear a suit for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and at the White Senate Correspondents Dinner.
“We’re going to have people dressed like celebrities,” he added.
“You know, there’s a certain amount of prestige that comes with wearing a suit, and I think we’re going for that with the pomp and circumstance.”
The president also appeared to confirm reports that he has been discussing the possibility of changing his hair style, saying, “We’ll see.”
The comments came after Trump was criticized for using a video from 2005 in which he is heard bragging about sexually assaulting women to claim that he is not sexually aggressive.
“In that clip, he said, I’m not going to be dating anyone for a while,” Trump said.