Bye 2015 Parliament, hello GE2017: Theresa May's Week


A week of goodbyes and new challenges, this week formally marked the end of the 2015 Parliament.

On Monday, Theresa May was in Lancashire, meeting with supporters and canvassing and wearing a familiar campaign outfit of jeans, white shirt, blazer and leopard boots.

On Tuesday, the PM was in the South West of England, meeting voters and party activists. For her sunny trip to the south, May wore navy trousers, a white tee, grey and navy blazer and the navy Cocktail loafers from Russell & Bromley.

On Wednesday, the PM was back in London. She visited the Queen ahead of the official dissolution of the 2015 Parliament and made a statement outside Number 10 Downing Street. Back to business attire, May wore a navy Amanda Wakeley dress, the DvF tweed jacket and the Vivacious block heels from Russell & Bromley. She accessorised with the crystaldust Swarovski bangles.

Thursday was local election day, and Theresa May was on the campaign trail in East Sussex. A jacket and trouser combo complete with leopard flats was the PM's leafleting outfit of choice. In the evening, the PM was at CCHQ helping out with phone canvassing.

On Friday, Theresa May campaigned with Conservative Parliamentary candidate Mary Macleod in Brent. Here she wore a black trouser suit, the Charlize Russell & Bromley loafers and accessorised with an oversized chain necklace and an eye-catching Vue du Carosse La Galere La Reale Hermes scarf.

Heading back to her Maidenhead constituency in the evening, the PM continued canvassing with local activists, switching her Hermes for a Pazuki number and putting back on her leopard boots!


And earlier today, the PM travelled to Wolverhampton to meet with newly elected West Midlands Mayor Andy Street. The pair visited the UTC Aerospace Systems factory. Theresa May wore a navy blazer and trousers, accessorising with a Caroline Thomson Crater necklace and the Delicious leopard flats from Russell & Bromley.

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