General Election 2017: Theresa May's Week

23.4.17


Only one story has dominated the airwaves this week- the snap General Election to be held on June 8th.

Prime Minister Theresa May made the announcement on Tuesday outside Downing Street. Wearing a navy asymmetrical dress by Daniel Blake and leopard kitten heels from LK Bennett, May was the epitome of Brand Britain.


On Wednesday, Theresa May was interviewed by Radio 4's Today programme before heading to the Commons for the weekly Prime Minister's Questions. It was a serious business kind of day, with the PM wearing a black suit, white blouse and chunky silver chain accessories by Amanda Wakeley. She wore the fierce Frame leopard flats from Russell & Bromley.


Later that day, the PM welcomed the Ukrainian President to Downing Street before heading to Bolton for her first campaign event of the election.


On Thursday, the PM welcomed the President of the European Parliament to Downing Street. She raided her closet for some firm favourites, including a black and white patterned jacket from Amanda Wakeley and the Charlize silver toed loafers from Russell & Bromley.



On Friday, the PM was in her Maidenhead constituency for a campaign event at GSK before heading to Cox Green School to speak to first time voters. May wore a staple black and white blazer, teamed with a black skirt and black ankle boots with leopard detailing.





On Saturday,  May hit the Dudley streets for some canvassing. It was a return to a familiar outfit- blue jeans, white tee, grey jacket and leopard print ankle boots. The chic way to canvass! 
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