The Wildcards of May: Theresa's rarely seen clothes


We all have our favourite go-to items in our wardrobe, but what about those pieces that don't get a regular outing?

Theresa May's wardrobe is fabulous and well-known, but there are plenty of 'wildcard' items that we've only seen her wear a handful of times.

So which pieces have not seen the light of day since their last outing?

Anya Hindmarch green clutch

We've seen the silver version many times, but this sparkly green glitter coated Valorie clutch from Anya Hindmarch hasn't been seen since! It's perfect for brining an added bit of sparkle to evening political events - bring it back Theresa!

Dolce & Gabbana lace heels

Making their entrance for one night only, the Prime Minister wore these baby blue lace kitten heels from Dolce & Gabbana to the 2016 Pride of Britain Awards. Teaming them with a midnight Amanda Wakeley evening dress, this was one of May's chicest looks.

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Next linen dress

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Perfect for a hot Italian summer, May's budget buy for her Roman holiday in 2017 was the talk of the fashion pages. Whilst also suitable for cooler climbs, we've not seen this since!

LK Bennett baby blue heels

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Digging deep into the archives, May was last pictured wearing this quirky patent baby blue bow topped heels from LK Bennett on a trip to Cardiff in 2011. I wonder if these are still in the archive?

Hepburn bag in turquoise from Aspinal

And another wildcard piece- May carried this turquoise Hepburn bag from British band Aspinal during 2011. Like the baby blue shoes, it has been relegated to the back of the closet... will we ever see it again?

Which other wildcard pieces have you seen Theresa May carry? Send us a message with your picks!

Edinburgh and Amiens: Theresa May's Week


From Amiens to Edinburgh, here's a recap of Theresa May's week!

Returning from her break in Italy and France, the PM was straight back into canvassing her constituency of Maidenhead on Saturday. A casual look- complete with leopard Emma Hope sneakers was the name of the day!

On Tuesday, Theresa May was in Edinburgh to visit the Fringe Festival and announce the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal. May wore her black and white Amanda Wakeley jacket, teaming it with black trousers and the leopard Delicious flats from Russell & Bromley.

On Wednesday, the PM travelled to Amiens to mark the centenary of the Battle of Amiens. Wearing her grey Escada dress, matching jacket and the black Twiggy Russell & Bromley kitten heels, May delivered a reading and laid a wreath.

Italian Holiday: Theresa May's Week


So the PM and Mr May have been on their holiday this week for a well deserved break. Despite cutting it short to travel to France to meet with President Macron, here's a quick recap of Theresa May's seriously chic summer wardrobe!

Keeping the press happy with a summer holiday photocall, the PM kept in simple in a white linen shirt, chinos and her white Converse sneakers in Desenzano del Garda, Italy. May switched her Anya Hindmarch Vere satchel for the practical and cool Le Pliage backpack in olive from Longchamp.

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Later in the week, the Mays were snapped at the Villa Cortine Palace Hotel - with Theresa May looking fantastic in a Piazza Sempione top, cropped black trousers and the black Twiggy kitten heels from Russell & Bromley. And Mr May looking stylish in a pair of suede navy loafers too!

And on Friday, the Mays headed to Fort de Bregancon in Bormes-les-Mimosas, southern France for a meeting with President Macron. Keeping cool in the heat, the PM wore another Piazza Sempione top, pairing it with her navy Herno blazer, cropped trousers and the patent red LK Bennett kitten heels. She debuted her new Mirta Bijoux Verde, Blu, Tormaline necklace with a matching bracelet.

Gateshead and The Royal Welsh: Theresa May's Week


From the North to the South, here's a recap of Theresa May's week!

On Monday, the PM and her Cabinet were in Gateshead for a regional Cabinet meeting. Following the meeting, Theresa May visited the Reece Group and took part in a town hall style Q&A.

May wore her white and blue Peserico summer jacket, navy trousers and the navy Cocktail slippers from Russell & Bromley.

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On Tuesday, May welcomed the Emir of Qatar to Number 10. Looking stylish in her grey fleck Escada shift dress and matching jacket, the PM added a pop of colour with the red suede LK Bennett kitten heels.

Later in the day, she welcomed the team of divers who helped to rescue the Thai boys trapped in a cave.

On Thursday the PM was back in Wales to visit the Royal Welsh Show. May awarded prizes in the show ring and met with agriculture and business leaders.

Our favourite poppin' orange jacket from Daniel Blake was May's sartorial choice, and she paired with black trousers and the navy Russell & Bromley Cocktail slippers.

On Friday, the PM was in Salzburg, Austria meeting Chancellor Kurz before attending the Salzburg Festival in the evening. May wore a navy Herno blazer and trousers, accessorising with the oversized silver chain set from Amanda Wakeley and her trusty red patent kitten heels from LK Bennett.

For the Festival, May wore her bottle green sleeves evening gown with black embroidery detailing, teaming it with Swarovski accessories and the black Twiggy kitten heels from Russell & Bromley.

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Top Russell & Bromley Sale Picks


There's some seriously good steals on the Russell & Bromley summer sale. And for those of you that have been lusting over Theresa May's shoes, there are a few that you can get on super sale! Here are your options...

And some other cool options...

The PM would approve!

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Westminster and Belfast: Theresa May's week


From end of term in Westminster to a two day visit to Northern Ireland, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.

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On Monday, (after watching the Men's final at Wimbledon!) the PM travelled to the Farnborough Air Show. May delivered a speech and met with industry representatives and exhibitors. The PM wore a black and white patterned jacket from Amanda Wakeley and cropped black trousers. She teamed it with the leopard Delicious flats from Russell & Bromley.

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On Wednesday, the PM took part in the last Prime Minister's Questions before the summer recess. May wore her purple Daniel Blake Orchid suit, keeping it simple in a pair of red suede flats. Later in the day she appeared in front of the House Liaison Committee.

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On Thursday, the Prime Minister travelled to Northern Ireland for a two day visit. She visited the Belleek pottery factory and met with business leaders. It was a simple, chic outfit for her first day in Belfast- the black Daniel Blake Orchid jacket, black trousers and the leopard Delicious flats.

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On Friday, May delivered a speech in Belfast. She wore the olive and black striped blazer from Piazza Sempione, olive cropped flared trousers and the leopard Charlotte Olympia kitten heels. 

Westminster, NATO and Trump: Theresa May's Week


It's been an interesting week for the PM...

On Monday, Theresa May was in Westminster, updating the House on her Chequers agreement and Brexit. May wore the navy spot Daniel Blake jacket with navy trousers and the Audrey red suede kitten heels from LK Bennett. She accessorised with a string of pearls.

In the afternoon she welcomed the Chancellor of Austria to Number 10.

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On Tuesday, May attended a service marking 100 years of the RAF at Westminster Abbey. In a subtle nod to their uniforms, the Prime Minister wore a navy shift from Amanda Wakeley, teaming it with a sharp white blazer from Peserico. She accessorised with an outstanding navy and white hat from Liz Felix Millinery, based in Henley on Thames, and the navy Twiggy kitten heels.

Later in the day, May attended the Western Balkans Summit.

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On Wednesday, the Prime Minister was in Brussels for the NATO Summit. May wore her bright blue Daniel Blake Orchid skirt suit, a string of pearls and the black Twiggy kitten heels. A powerful combination!

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And on Thursday, one of our favourite Peserico jackets was back in the mix. The navy and white number looked great paired with cropped navy trousers and the Audrey red suede kitten heels. May also accessorised with her faithful oversized chain necklace and bracelet from Amanda Wakeley.

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The PM returned to the UK ready to welcome President Trump and the First Lady to Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire for the first day of their working visit. For the black tie dinner, May wore her red silk long gown (with a daring back slit,) and the red patent LK Bennett heels.

Friday saw Theresa May accompany Trump to Sandhurst before they headed to Chequers. May debuted an awesome new jacket from Daniel Blake- the Nerhu in bright satsuma. She teamed it with black trousers and the leopard Delicious flats from Russell & Bromley.

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