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

17.11.18


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

10.11.18


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. 

Budget 2018 and Norway: Theresa May's Week

3.11.18


From Budget 2018 to the Nordic Council, here's a recap of Theresa May's week!


On Monday, the PM was in the House for Budget Day. May wore her bright orange Daniel Blake jacket with black trousers and the leopard Delicious flats from Russell & Bromley.


On Tuesday, the PM was at the Nordic Council, becoming the first British Prime Minister to address the Council. May wore her new tweed cropped jacket from Paule Ka, black trousers and a pair of leopard loafers.




On Wednesday, it was back to the Commons for PMQs. On a chilly day, May wore her purple Daniel Blake Origami jacket and matching skirt, teaming it with the leopard Kitty heels from Charlotte Olympia and an oversized bead necklace. The navy Herno jacket was a top choice!

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Thursday saw the PM in the House and also at Number 10 to meet with the Jewish Leadership Council. May wore her navy check Daniel Blake dress and the navy Twiggy kitten heels from Russell & Bromley.



And on Friday, the PM was in her Maidenhead constituency where she officially opened the new footbridge linking Maidenhead Riverside and Taplow. Keeping warm against the autumn chill, May wore her navy Herno coat and her thigh high moc croc boots from Russell & Bromley. 
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