"It's the accessories that make every outfit," said one Navy vet under the #DressLikeAWoman hashtag.

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Donald Trump wants his female employees to "dress like women," according to sources.

Trump maintains stringent dress codes for both his male and female staff, Axios reported. Men should have well-groomed hair. They must be "sharply dressed" in solid-color suits. They always — always — wear ties. Advisers suggest wearing Brooks Brothers or Armani.

For female employees, however, guidance is much more succinct: "Dress like women." While advisers say jeans are permitted — as long as they are "neat and orderly" — others say many women feel pressured to wear dresses to impress Trump.

The women of America did not take this news well. 

Less than 24 hours after the report came out, #DressLikeAWoman started trending on Twitter.

Women of all different ages, races, and occupations posted pictures of their work attire — gender norms be damned.

Female police officers posted photos in their uniforms, which looked — gasp! — just like a male officer's outfit.

Female soldiers posed in their military uniforms too.

Women doctors even showed up with their daily uniform: unisex scrubs and face masks.

Some women posted photos of female athletes kicking ass and taking names — all while wearing pants.

Other women posted tributes to historical figures who defied notions of how women should dress.

Still others posted satirical advice for those who wanted to dress like a woman.

Basically, women can dress how they damn well please. And there's nothing any man — even the president of the United States — can do about it.