State Opening, Brussels and Armed Forces Day: Theresa May's Week


In a busy week for the Prime Minister, we saw the start of the Brexit negotiations and the State Opening of Parliament.

On Monday, in response to another dreadful terrorist attack, the Prime Minister delivered a statement on the steps of Number 10.

Later in the day, Theresa May welcomed Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to Number 10. May wore a black Amanda Wakeley suit, the Divine flats from Russell & Bromley and the Amanda Wakeley chain necklace and bracelet.

On Wednesday, May attended the State Opening of Parliament and the Queen's Speech. Wearing a trusty navy Escada suit, May accessorised with her favourite pair of leopard print kitten heels from LK Bennett and the Tavira scarf from Megan Ferris.

On Thursday, May addressed the House of Commons regarding the Grenfell Tower fire before heading to the EU Commission in Brussels. May wore a navy dress and matching coat with sky blue panels from Amanda Wakeley and an oversized string of pearls. Excitingly, she debuted a new pair of shoes! A bespoke pair of leopard Kitty heels from Charlotte Olympia, similar in style to the pair she recently wore for Red Nose Day.

On Friday, May attended the second day of talks at the EU Commission, this time wearing a white blazer from Peserico, navy trousers and the Amanda Wakeley chain accessories set. Her shoes were the Divine flats.

On Saturday, May marked Armed Forces Day celebrations in Liverpool. Wearing one of our favourite outfits, a grey tweed skirt suit with waist bow detailing, May wore the sparkly Lo Fi flats from Russell & Bromley and debuted the fiery red Darley clutch with gold chain from Mulberry.

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