Fet­ter­man Claimed He Would Fol­low Sen­ate Dress Code Before Win­ning Elec­tion Last Year

Sen. John Fet­ter­man, the Demo­c­rat law­mak­er from Penn­syl­va­nia famous­ly known for wear­ing gym shorts and a hood­ie around the Halls of Con­gress, said he would fol­low the Sen­ate dress code if elect­ed to office dur­ing a radio inter­view last year resur­faced by Fox News.
Before Fet­ter­man became anoth­er Wash­ing­ton, D.C., politi­cian, he report­ed­ly told the Big K Morn­ing Show in ear­ly Octo­ber 2022 while on the cam­paign trail that he would “only wear what you’re sup­posed to wear” in terms of the dress code.
“It’s real­ly not about what I’m wear­ing, and if any­one that’s lis­ten­ing prefers some­body that dress­es like a real per­son, or some­body that lives, excuse me, that wears a $5,000 fan­cy suit, then that’s real­ly up to some­body,” he said. “You can make your own con­clu­sion.”
Fetterman’s uncon­ven­tion­al fash­ion choice has turned heads since he took offi …