White dress shirt, red tie, gray pants, black shoes and belt. It’s the Anti-LARP, while retaining the unconscious triggering.
Red tie on white shirt recalls St. George’s cross and the New Republican Party, gray pants recall Civil War, and my sartorial committee insists on black shoes and belt. And the best part is, ITZ all plausibly deniable. “It’s just a tie bro!” Business clothes imply vry srs, and this is already how white people in the middle and lower-middle classes are inclined to dress up, so it’s also a badwhite class signifier (obviously use a double-windsor knot with a big, fat Republican red tie, skinny ties BTFO).
And you are out of uniform if you don’t have the whitest skin, which recalls TayGoddess and the NEET lyfe. We love you EbolaSwift! y u no thx 4 tendies i sent?
If I open an esoteric Alt-Right club, the dress code will be heavily inspired by this with some variations allowed. Dads with whiglets will be allowed to wear white socks with sandals and cargo pants because it’s only natural for them (and comfortable!), but they must still wear the shirt and tie.