Donald Trump uses Scotch tape to hold his tie together

Donald Trump is definitely a unique politician, but who knew he was also a trailblazer in the menswear department?

The president-elect was photographed as he arrived in Indianapolis, Indiana, on Thursday to visit the Carrier air-conditioning and heating company where he recently struck a deal to keep 1,000 factory jobs in the U.S.

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As he got off the plane, the wind caught his tie and revealed he uses scotch tape to hold his tie together.

Deadspin writer Ashley Feinberg noted that the skinny part, which is called a tail, did not reach the loop part, which is called the keeper loop.

Business Insider notes that Trump likes to wear his ties long -- longer than most people.

"It's ludicrous, and no one is pointing it out. It's egregiously long," Jessica Cadmus, a personal stylist known as The Wardrobe Whisperer, told the publication.

The Washington Post suggests that Trump simply move the keeper loop on his tie, which can be done by a tailor.

Perhaps Trump should consider doing that for himself, and maybe even for his own line of ties.

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