Christmas in Downing Street: Theresa May's Week


This week the PM turned on the Christmas tree lights in Downing Street! Here's what else she has been up too.

On Monday, May appeared on This Morning to discuss the Brexit deal. The PM wore her purple Escada dress, teaming it with the leopard Kitty heels from Charlotte Olympia. Later in the day she updated the House on the G20 Summit.

On Wednesday, the PM was back in the Commons for Prime Minister's Questions. May wore her grey suit from Daniel Blake and the black Divine flats from Russell & Bromley.

Thursday saw the PM switch on the Downing Street Christmas lights with the help of children from her Maidenhead constituency. May wore her red Amanda Wakeley coat, a black dress and a pair of leopard boots. Festive!

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And on Friday, was back in Maidenhead, visiting St. Mary's Church and opening the extension at Cox Green School. May wore her tweed Paule Ka jacket and kept warm in her navy Herno coat. 

A Prime Ministerial approved Christmas list


Have you had your eye on a Prime Ministerial approved item for the whole of 2018? From shoes to accessories, the PM has sported some really great pieces this year. And if you've been well behaved and are currently compiling your Christmas list, these items should be ones that you ask for!


Need some dancing shoes? The Curve heels from Russell & Bromley made May a Dancing Queen - and the glossy red heel is the perfect conversation piece.

Sparkly and fabulously festive, we love the Humbug courts from Russell & Bromley. These are one shoe that will get you recognised!

And for a traditional festive pop (that you can carry season to season,) the red Audrey kitten heels from LK Bennett are a great shoe investment.


Keep warm throughout the colder months in a handmade bright Pazuki scarf. May has several of these in her wardrobe - we love the Shadowland design. 

Those oversized bead necklaces that we frequently see the PM wear are by Italian based brand Mirta Bijoux. May has 5 - blue, red, black, mixed blue and silver- and there's a whole host to choose from!

Silk scarves are a great investment and if your budget doesn't quite stretch to Hermes, take a look at Megan Ferris's range. The PM wore one of her blue and white designs for St. David's Day celebrations in 2017.

The chain necklace and bracelet from Amanda Wakeley is perhaps the most iconic of May's accessories. Available in silver or a contemporary rose gold, it's an essential that will stand the test of time - and it makes the perfect gift too!

Last seen in Davos 2017, these unique faux fur snood from Louison'dor is pure luxe. Bring it back Theresa! 


A great seasonal piece, a Harris Wharf coat will take you from winter to spring. May's pink one is particularly stylish!

I've a penchant for a snuggly coat, and Herno supplies them in spades. May has fully embraced the athleisure look and her navy wool and bodywarmer coat is my top pick.

For a chunky knit or a fierce dress, Amanda Wakeley is your ultimate destination. This dress we love!

What could be a more perfect present than a bespoke item of clothing? Daniel Blake creates beautiful suits, jackets and dresses for the Prime Minister - and this is a one off gift that I would love to receive on December 25th.


A staple for the PM, investing in an Anya Hindmarch bag is a solid choice. May's latest bag is the stylish Buddy model, although I am still very fond of the Vere satchel she carried throughout 2018.

Which of these would you love to see under your Christmas tree? 

Wales and Argentina: Theresa May's Week


From visiting Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland to heading to Argentina, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.

On Monday, the PM was in the Commons delivering a statement on the Brexit deal. Delivering an impressive over three hour performance, May wore her navy, white and red striped jacket with trousers and the red LK Bennett kitten heels.

On Tuesday, the PM travelled to Powys and the Royal Welsh Winter Show to meet with farmers and local businesses. Later in the day she travelled to Belfast. On a wet and windy day, May kept warm and dry in a navy and silver Daniel Blake jacket, black skirt and a red Amanda Wakeley jacket. She wore her black over the knee Russell & Bromley boots and a Pazuki scarf.

On Wednesday, May was back in London for Prime Minister's Questions. May wore her tailored navy suit and the navy Twiggy kitten heels from Russell & Bromley. She then travelled to Scotland to meet with businesses.

On Thursday, May was in front of the House of Commons Liaison Committee. She wore a navy Herno skirt suit and her red Mirta Bijoux Balls necklace. She then travelled to Argentina for the G20 Summit. May arrived wearing her oatmeal Daniel Blake jacket, switching to trousers and the Divine flats from Russell & Bromley.

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And on Friday, May met with other world leaders, wearing her stunning purple Daniel Blake skirt suit and our favourite leopard Charlotte Olympia kitten heels. 

The CBI and Brussels: Theresa May's Week


From a trip to Brussels to an interview with 5 Live, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.

On Monday, the PM delivered a keynote speech at the annual CBI conference in London. The PM wore her brown floral Paule Ka jacket and a black skirt, accessorising with the black Mirta Bijoux Balls necklace and the black Twiggy kitten heels from Russell & Bromley.

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On Wednesday, May headed to the Commons for PMQs, wearing her newest Daniel Blake Mondrian cut suit. She teamed it with the Curve heels from Russell & Bromley - the perfect fierce shoes for a quick trip to Brussels.

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And on Thursday, May visited a London GP surgery in the morning before delivering an update on Brexit in the Commons. She returned to one of her oldest Daniel Blake military style jackets, adding a flash of colour to her outfit with the Audrey red suede kitten heels from LK Bennett. Later in the day she welcomed the Chancellor of Austria to Number 10.

Friday saw the PM take part in a phone-in on 5 Live, where she wore a fantastic black dress, embracing colour with a bright Hermes silk scarf. 

Lord Mayor's Banquet and Westminster: Theresa May's Week


From starting the week at the the Lord Mayor's Banquet to ending it with a reshuffle - here's a recap of Theresa May's week.

On Monday, the PM attended the Lord Mayor's Banquet at Guildhall - and debuted a new dress! Her floor length navy gown had intricate swirl detailing. In true May style, the PM accessorised with some serious sparkly jewels - most likely Swarovski - and a pair of red suede kitten heels. Her trusty silver lame Valorie Anya Hindmarch clutch made another reappearance.

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On Wednesday, the PM attended Prime Minister's Questions. Her navy Escada suit made a reappearance, teaming it with a red jewelled necklace and the red LK Bennett kitten heels. Later in the evening, she gave a televised statement about the Brexit deal.

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And on Thursday, the PM was back to the House to deliver a statement on Brexit. May wore her new slate grey Daniel Blake suit, teaming it with the Divine black Russell & Bromley flats, a red Amanda Wakeley coat and a green jewel necklace.

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And finally we reached Friday! For her appearance on LBC and later at a school in Maidenhead, May wore her tweed Paule Ka jacket, black trousers and the Charlize loafers from Russell & Bromley. 

Women MPs of the World and Armistice Day: Theresa May's Week


From welcoming female MPs from across the world to Westminster to marking 100 years since the end of World War 1, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.

On Monday, the PM was in Westminster. She held a reception for the MS Society at Number 10 in the evening. May wore her black and white colourblock blazer from Escada, and continued the black and white theme with her black Mirta Bijoux necklace and the black Twiggy kitten heels from Russell & Bromley.

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On Tuesday, May marked one hundred years of Armistice Day at a service at St Margarets Church in Westminster. The PM wore a black skirt suit by Amanda Wakeley, accessorising with the Curve heels from Russell & Bromley and the rose gold oversized chain necklace and bracelet also from Amanda Wakeley.

On Wednesday, the PM welcomed female MPs from across the world to Downing Street. May wore the purple Piazza Sempione shirt dress for the occasion.

On Thursday, May attended the opening of Xtrac Limited in Newbury. The PM wore her white Piazza Sempione scuba jacket, teaming it with black trousers and the leopard Delicious flats from Russell & Bromley. The red Mirta Bijoux necklace added a pop of colour!

And on Friday, the PM was in Belgium and France as part of the Armistice Day commemorations. May laid a wreath at the graves of John Parr and George Ellison, the first and last UK soldiers to die during the War. Later in the day, May laid a wreath with President Macron at Thiepval Memorial in Thiepval, northern France.

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May wore her custom Daniel Blake military coat, and her black Russell & Bromley boots. 
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