Prime Minister Theresa May was in India this week, hosting her first trade mission since taking office. With a business delegation drawn from across the UK, May visited Delhi and Bangalore on the three day trip.
Leaving Heathrow for India, Theresa May wore 5/6 length black trousers, grey tweed jacket and black flats with jewel buckle detail from Russell & Bromley.
Arriving in Delhi, the Prime Minister met with Indian Prime Minister Modi, holding a joint press conference and addressing the India-UK TECH Summit. May also visited the Gandhi Smriti museum and pays her respects at the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi.
On Tuesday, Theresa May travelled to Bangalore, visiting Stonehill International School to meet pupils and watch an exciting flypast. The PM also visited the Dynamatic Technologies' facility in Bangalore, India. She viewed parts that are made in the UK being assembled for sale onto Airbus.
Arriving in one of the country's worst episodes of smog, Theresa May stood out in a striking Amanda Wakeley wardrobe. Arriving in Delhi, the PM wore the navy and neon yellow Amanda Wakeley long coat, last seen on the day she took office. Wearing navy trousers, a white cami, and an oversized pearl necklace, the PM chose the Cocktail jewelled tassel loafers from Russell & Bromley to complete her elegant look.
And for day two of the trade mission, Theresa May stuck with navy, again opting for trousers, a white camisole top and a long cardigan coat. A blush pink scarf and the Frame leopard flats from Russell & Bromley accessorised the look.
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At the end of her visit, Prime Minister Theresa May went to the Sri Someshwara Swamy Temple, in Bangalore, wearing traditional dress.
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