Theresa May in China and her British wardrobe


Theresa May took her first trip as Prime Minister to China this week. In a whirlwind three days, the PM visited Wuhan, Beijing and Shanghai, securing trade between the UK and China and many more cultural commitments.

Accompanied by Mr May, the PM left London on Tuesday, arriving in Wuhan on Wednesday. Keeping warm against the chilly climes, May kept warm in her navy Daniel Blake military inspired coat, a red scarf and the over the knee croc patent boots from Russell & Bromley.

The PM's first stop was the Yellow Crane Tower where she and Mr May watched a performance of Chinese opera. We love her new fur hat! The PM then made a visit to the Yangtze River before visiting Wuhan University. The PM's outfit was her light blue blazer, teamed with a navy skirt and oversized pearls.

The PM also met with Premier Keqiang in the Great Hall of the People as part of the UK-China CEO Council. May wore her red Amanda Wakeley blazer, teaming it with a black cami, black skirt and the Twiggy kitten heels from Russell & Bromley.

On Thursday, the PM took part in the traditional Eyes of Tiger ceremony, dotting the eyes of two tigers. Later in the day, she visited the Agrigarden Research Centre. For these two visits May wore her black and white Escada blazer with black trousers and the Divine flats from Russell & Bromley.

Later in the day, the delegation travelled to Beijing and visited the Forbidden City before meeting with President Xi Jinping. Arriving at the Diaoyutai State Guest House, the Mays participated in a traditional tea ceremony before meetings.  The PM wore her fabulous purple Origami jacket with matching skirt by Daniel Blake, teaming it with the Amanda Wakeley chain necklace and bracelet and the Twiggy kitten heels.

On Friday, May participated in the China-UK Business Forum before visiting the Yu Yuan Temple Garden and students in Shangahi. It was back to Daniel Blake for Theresa- selecting the Origami jacket in a slate sequins fabric, black trousers and the military coat. May teamed this outfit with her red scarf and the leopard Frame flats from Russell & Bromley.

All in all, it was a best of British wardrobe for Theresa May's trip to China. Spotlighting our great designer and high street talent, the Prime Minister is truly a champion of British fashion.

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