Chelsea Flower Show and RAF 100: Theresa May's Week

26.5.18


From visiting the Chelsea Flower Show to marking one year since the Manchester attack, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.

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On Monday, the PM and Mr May visited the Chelsea Flower Show. Looking springy in her white Piazza Sempione jacket, the PM teamed it with black trousers and the jewelled Divine flats from Russell & Bromley.



Later, May travelled to Jodrell Bank to outline the government's modern Industrial Strategy. And in the evening, she welcomed teachers to Number 10 for a special reception.



On Tuesday, the PM was in Manchester to mark one year since the attack at Manchester Arena. She attended the service at Manchester Cathedral in the city. May wore her grey Escada dress and jacket, along with the black Twiggy kitten heels from Russell & Bromley and her Amanda Wakeley chain handbag.

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On Wednesday, May took part in the weekly Prime Minister's Questions session before welcoming her Belgian counterpart to Number 10. Our absolute favourite navy blue skirt suit was May's outfit of the day (we love the silk collar!) She teamed it with her new Rosehip pale blue kitten heels from Russell & Bromley and a strand of pearls. Classic!




Later in the day, to much excitement, the PM marked 100 years of the RAF at Number 10. Servicemen and women were invited to attend- and a Hawk Jet from the Red Arrows was parked outside the famous black door. A great evening!

Invictus Games and Wales: Theresa May's Week

19.5.18


From meeting the UK Invictus Games teams in London to Welsh Conservative conference in West Wales, here's a recap of Theresa May's busy week.


On Monday the PM welcomed Panama President Juan Carlos Varela to Number 10. May wore a blue hue outfit, picking her light blue blazer and teaming it with a navy skirt. She accessorised with her leopard Charlotte Olympia Kitty heels and a strand of oversized pearls.



On Tuesday, the PM met the Invictus Games UK team at Horse Guards Parade wearing our favourite purple Daniel Blake Origami suit! She teamed it with her Divine jewelled flats and the silver oversized Amanda Wakeley chain necklace and bracelet. Later in the day, she swapped the flats for the red Link In block heels from Russell & Bromley to welcome Turkish President Erdogan to Number 10.





On Wednesday, May took part in the weekly Prime Minister's Questions session. She wore a top to toe blue outfit, picking a navy shift dress, sky blue coat and the navy Twiggy heels from Russell & Bromley. She accessorised with her blue Balls necklace from Mirta Bijoux.

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Later in the day, May travelled to Sofia, Bulgaria as part of the EU Heads of State Dinner.


On Thursday, the PM took part in the EU - Western Balkans Summit. May wore her fab Daniel Blake navy fleck military jacket and trousers, teaming it with her Divine flats and an oversized strand of pearls.

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And on Friday, the Prime Minister was at the Welsh Conservative Conference in Carmarthenshire. May wore her red Amanda Wakeley jacket, teaming it with black trousers and the patent red kitten heels from LK Bennett. 


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Westminster: Theresa May's Week

12.5.18


It was a week based in Westminster for Theresa May, but the Bank Holiday weekend did leave the chance to explore her constituency!

On Monday, the Mays visited the Henley Arts Trail exhibition, taking advantage of the beautiful weather! The PM wore her artistic Piazza Sempione top, teaming it with blue jeans and navy and pink patent flats from LK Bennett.



On Tuesday, the PM was back at Number 10 for Cabinet. She also stopped by CCHQ to thank staff. Later in the day she hosted a reception for the Creative Industries at Downing Street. May wore her oatmeal military jacket from Daniel Blake, teaming it with black trousers and the black Twiggy kitten heels from Russell & Bromley.

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On Wednesday the PM took part in Prime Minister's Questions. It was a return for her navy Escada skirt suit, teamed with her garnet oversized jewel necklace. And the shoes? The awesome red and purple suede Link In block heels from Russell & Bromley!

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Theresa May and Celtic Treasure

10.5.18


It's no secret that Theresa May likes coming to Wales, and on her recent trip to Dolgellau, she picked up another piece from Celtic Treasure!

You may remember that whilst in North Wales last year, the PM purchased two great rings from the Welsh based jewellery brand- an oversized swirl statement ring and a smaller double swirl ring which she often wears. (Recap the purchases and my interview with designer Anna Hicks here.)


May selected a new, similar style oversized ring (middle left) from Hicks's range of beautiful designs. The double swirl circles ring is certainly a statement piece, and May debuted it in April during a trip to Birmingham. She also wore it during the recent CHOGM Summit.


It's the perfect addition to her growing Celtic Treasure collection! If you visit North Wales make sure you check out Celtic Treasure at Celf Aran Arts. Or alternatively check out the website here. 

Local Elections: Theresa May's Week

5.5.18


Local election results across England ended the week on a good note for Theresa May!

On Monday, the PM was in Trafford, visiting a local school and party activists. For this visit, May wore her brown tweed floral Paule Ka jacket, teaming it with her new leopard print loafers and accessorising with the newly updated rose gold Amanda Wakeley chain necklace.

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On Wednesday, the PM took part in the weekly Prime Minister's Questions wearing her fierce blue Orchid Daniel Blake suit. May teamed it with her new Rosebud kitten heels from Russell & Bromley for a perfect blue outfit.

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Later in the day, May welcomed the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres at 10 Downing Street.

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On Thursday, the PM and Mr May cast their vote in the Local Elections in Westminster. May's fierce Daniel Blake military navy jacket was on show, and she teamed with navy trousers and navy kitten heels from Russell & Bromley.


Later in the day, May followed up voter pledges in Wokingham.


And on Friday, May celebrated Conservative wins in Wandsworth and Barnet. The PM wore a bright white blazer from Peserico, teaming it with black trousers and the leopard Delicious flats from Russell & Bromley. 

Fawcett Statue and London: Theresa May's Week

28.4.18


From the West Midlands to London, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.

On Monday, the Prime Minister visited Boss Designs in Dudley as part of a visit on the local election campaign trail. Later in the day, the PM met with party activists.

For this visit, May wore her pale blue blazer, teaming it with black trousers, the Divine jewelled flats from Russell & Bromley and an oversized pearl necklace.

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On her return to London, the PM attended a 25th anniversary memorial service for Stephen Lawrence at St. Martin's in the Fields. May switched from pale blue to her textured black jacket from Daniel Blake.

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On Tuesday, May attended the unveiling of the Millicent Fawcett statue in Parliament Square. The PM stood out from the crowd in a black skirt and red Piazza Sempione jacket. Our favourite leopard Kitty kitten heels from Charlotte Olympia made a reappearance!

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On Wednesday, the PM took part in Prime Minister's Questions and visited activists at CCHQ. Her new navy jacket with silver sparkle from Daniel Blake was her outfit of choice, teaming it with black trousers and the Audrey red suede kitten heels from LK Bennett.


On Thursday, the PM welcomed Holocaust survivor Mala Tribich to Number 10. Later in the day, May welcomed Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev to Downing Street.


May wore some of the classics - the Saskia Evergreen dress by LK Bennett, her tweed jacket from DvF and the oversized silver chain necklace from Amanda Wakeley. She also wore her new Rosebud kitten heels from Russell & Bromley.



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Theresa May's new Amanda Wakeley Buys

24.4.18


Spring has officially sprung, and Theresa May wore a fantastic new Amanda Wakeley dress to mark the occasion last week!

The PM selected the Prince of Wales check fitted dress by the legendary British designer to wear to a visit to the National Cyber Security Centre as part of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Summit in London.

Perfect for the seasonal weather, the long shift dress is constructed in the classic charcoal Prince of Wales check, and revitalised with streaks of clementine for a striking look. Tailored to nip in the waist and flatter the silhouette, it features a ruffled organza belt to cinch and define, as well as capped shoulders and a cut out neckline.

The PM referenced the neon streaks with a golden flame red pair of suede kitten heels from LK Bennett. And good news as these are currently on sale!


Later in the Summit, May wore the newly updated rose gold chunky chain bracelet with black ribbon teaming it with the matching necklace. These accessories form the staple of Wakeley's collection are are perfect from taking a look from day to night.


And the PM surprised us all on Saturday night, wearing a fabulous new Amanda Wakeley dress to the Queen's Birthday Concert at the Royal Albert Hall.



Debuting the shadow ecru pocket dress, the innovative bonded cady design has contrast panels and features statement pockets and zipped detail through the back that adds to the sports luxe style of this piece. It's definitely a daring choice for May- and we love it!

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