Kon'nichiwa! Theresa May visits Japan

1.9.17


Theresa May travelled to Japan this week for her first visit as Prime Minister. During the three day trip, May visited Kyoto and Tokyo, and signed a commitment between the UK and Japan for a post Brexit trade deal.


Arriving in Kyoto on Wednesday, May stepped off the Royal Air Force plane in a very literal outfit! Echoing the colours of the Japanese flag, May wore a red jersey dress and a white Peserico jacket. She accessorised with a pair of custom leopard Charlotte Olympia kitty heels, one of her signature quirky bracelets and a strand of pearls.



Theresa May then met her Japanese counterpart, Shinzo Abe, where they participated in a traditional Japanese tea ceremony.  They then travelled on the bullet train.



On Day two, Theresa May was in Yokosuka, visiting members of the British and Japanese military and inspecting the Maritime Self Defence Force. For this event, May wore a custom military style Daniel Blake jacket, black trousers and the Divine flats from Russell & Bromley. She accessorised with the oversized chain bracelet and necklace from Amanda Wakeley.



Following this, May attended the Japan-UK Business Forum.


Later in the day, May attended a dinner at the state guesthouse. May wore her second Daniel Blake outfit of the trip - a beautiful bright blue Orchid jacket with matching skirt. Theresa May repeated the Amanda Wakeley set and the Charlotte Olympia shoes!



On the final day of her trip, May met with Emperor Akihito. Theresa May did the triple and wore another custom military Daniel Blake jacket in navy with blue splashes. She teamed it with a navy skirt and the Twister block heels from Russell & Bromley. Following her meeting with the Emperor, May watched a wheelchair basketball championship match before heading home.


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