wear for their newscasts.
It's my understanding that at big city TV stations, there are stylists and makeup artists on hand to dress the anchors, but as I work at a tiny station with a tight budget, our anchors are kind of on their own, sartorially speaking. The one weekend news anchor ... his fashion choices are questionable at best. He's young, and I think he's trying to be edgy, but usually his ensembles are just a clusterfuck of color. Case in point, tonight he was wearing a black and gray plaid sports coat, a tan vest, a teal shirt and a salmon-colored tie. When I saw him on screen for the first time tonight, I just kind of shook my head. There's another anchor whose outfits often displease me, but I don't know how to describe her problem other than her look is almost always too much for me.
I'll be the first to admit I'm no fashion plate, but I can at least tell what colors and patterns go together. Also, it's not my job to be on-screen, and if it were, I'd think one of my top priorities would be to dress as sensibly as possible.