The hat is addressed to him: the TRUE reason why Scott Morrison always wears a hat, and why you will not see him in a suit soon
- PM wears baseball caps to paint himself as an Australian dude & # 39; dinkum & # 39;
- Transformation of politician without problems to the father daggy & # 39; of the suburbs
- 30th Australian Prime Minister after replacing Malcolm Turnbull at the end of August
Andrew Prentice for Daily Mail Australia
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is undergoing a dramatic image transformation, and wearing baseball caps is just the beginning.
The poles have replaced the suits and ties, with "ScoMo & # 39; on a mission to prove he is a man of the people.
In an attempt to challenge the image of the button he cultivated in his time as Federal Treasurer, the new image of Morrison is trying to relocate like an ordinary man throwing himself by the feet and working on the barbecue at recent events.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison shows off his barbecue skills on a recent visit to Endeavor Sports High
"I think that every time a new MP is chosen, they go through a stage of brand change, not only in what they wear, but also in the way they talk and relate to each other," said the image consultant Alarna. Hope.
Instead of dressing business on a recent trip to see farmers affected by the drought in Queensland, the 50-year-old man wore a Hurley-branded hat, often worn by teenagers.
His sense of the dress of the new era was questioned by many, but finally the former Treasurer was praised by many for showing his "real" side.
Morrison's new Australian Battler person can also be heard in the way he talks, taking every opportunity to throw a "good tone" during press engagements.
The Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, with his Hurley surfing-style hat he was wearing in Queensland
In an attempt to capture the votes of working-class and middle-class Australians, Morrison has also presented the mantra "a fair for those who have a chance."
The Liberal Party may be fighting for support with imminent federal elections only months away, but for those who are working on carefully cultivating their image next door, the hat is off.
Scott Morrison speaking at a recent press conference in Canberra dressed in a suit and tie