From opening London Tech Week to delivering a speech on modern slavery in Geneva, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.
Monday saw the PM address the London Tech Week conference. May wore her ice blue blazer and the metallic blue Mirta Bijoux Balls necklace and bracelet.
On Tuesday the PM was in Geneva to deliver a speech at the ILO International Labour Conference on ending modern slavery. May wore her navy Escada skirt suit with a garnet jewelled necklace and the Curve heels from Russell & Bromley. She also met with the Prime Minister of Nepal at Number 10.
We know that Theresa May has many Mirta Bijoux necklaces in her wardrobe, and she's added a new one!
The Italian brand has aptly named the collection after the Prime Minister, and May has worn the new oval shaped necklace in bright blue several times over the past few weeks. Available in 6 colour ways and some other striking styles, it's a great seasonal accessory that works well with a crisp white shirt and blazer as well as a dress.
The Prime Minister was in Portsmouth and Normandy this week to mark the 75th Anniversary of the D Day Landings. Here's a recap of her week.
On Monday, the Prime Minister welcomed President Trump to London on the first day of his state visit. Meeting at Buckingham Palace for the state dinner, May wore a black evening gown by Amanda Wakeley. We last saw this in 2016 - and with a back zip and intricate cut out detailing it is certainly a stand-out piece! The PM teamed it with a gold clutch bag and red suede heels.
On Tuesday, May hosted President Trump at Number 10. The President and Prime Minister attended a roundtable with business leaders before holding a joint press conference. Following this they visited the Churchill War Rooms. May wore her bright blue Orchid skirt suit from Daniel Blake, the Amanda Wakeley oversized silver chain necklace and bracelet and the Rosebud kitten heels from Russell & Bromley.
And on Wednesday, May travelled to Portsmouth for the first part of the D Day 75 commemorations. May wore a white shift dress and a new piece by Daniel Blake - the Notch Collar Coat, in Wool Herringbone, Angelica Green. She debuted a new fascinator from Liz Felix and accessorised with a pair of snakeskin kitten heels.
Waving off the veterans as they sailed to Normandy, May wore another new Blake creation - a baby blue pantsuit. We love it!
On Thursday the PM remained in Normandy, laying the cornerstone of the British Normandy Memorial in Ver-sur-Mer. She also visited the Bayeux Cemetery, participating in a memorial service and meeting veterans. May wore an ivory and white Amanda Wakeley linen dress and jacket, and the ivory Rosebud kitten heels from Russell & Bromley. She wore another hat by Liz Felix.
From Westminster to Paris, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.
On Tuesday, the PM welcomed Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO to Number 10. She wore her great new Cobalt Colour Shift Dress by Amanda Wakeley for the meeting, teaming it with the navy Twiggy kitten heels from Russell & Bromley.
On Wednesday, May took part in the weekly Prime Minister's Questions. She wore her new Asymmetric Collar Suit In Spring Orange by London based tailor Daniel Blake, accessorising with the Amanda Wakeley oversized silver chain necklace and bracelet and the Curve heels from Russell & Bromley.
Later in the day May went to Paris to take part in the Christchurch Call Summit.
And on Friday, May was in Bristol to campaign for the EU Elections. She wore her white Piazza Sempione jacket, teaming it with black trousers, the Charlize black and silver loafers and an oversized string of pearls.
From PMQs to celebrating Vaisakhi, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.
On Wednesday, the PM took part in weekly Prime Minister's Questions. May wore her navy Escada suit and accessorised with the oversized Amanda Wakeley chain necklace and bracelet. May also wore her navy Curve heels from Russell & Bromley.
Later in the day she held a meeting of the serious violence taskforce and celebrated Vaisakhi at Number 10.
On Thursday, May welcomed the Libyan Prime Minister to Number 10. She wore her black and white Escada colour block blazer and an oversized gold necklace.
From two party conferences in Wales and Scotland, here's a recap of Theresa May's week.
Theresa May started the week with a dinner at The Goring with other female Cabinet members. The PM wore a new dress for this private event - the Cobalt Colour Shift Dress by Amanda Wakeley.
On Wednesday, May was back in the Commons for Prime Minister's Questions. She wore our favourite Daniel Blake navy military Knotch jacket with navy trousers and the Curve heels from Russell & Bromley.
And on Thursday, May welcomed Iceland's Prime Minister to Number 10. She wore the purple Orchid Daniel Blake suit and the leopard kitten heels from Charlotte Olympia.
She also hit the local election trail, voting at her local polling station, switching to jeans and a Herno jacket.
Friday saw the PM address both the Welsh and Scottish Party conferences. May wore a white Peserico blazer with black trousers and the Charlize flats from Russell & Bromley. She accessorised with a blue Mirta Bijoux Balls necklace and bracelet.
Parliamentarians and the Prime Minister returned to Westminster this week following the Easter recess. Here's a quick recap of Theresa May's week.
The PM travelled to Belfast on Wednesday to attend the funeral of murdered journalist Lyra McKee. May wore her navy Amanda Wakeley tailored skirt suit and the Twiggy kitten heels from Russell & Bromley.
On Thursday, May was in Lancashire ahead of the local elections and also visiting Leisure Box. The PM wore her black Origami Daniel Blake jacket with trousers, teaming it with the red suede LK Bennett kitten heels and a silver bar necklace.
When she came to office, the PM had one navy Ballsmania necklace. She wore it frequently with a sky blue coat from Hobbs and a navy shift dress - the perfect pairing! Since then, her collection has grown - and we've counted another 7 additions to the mix.
From classic black to a standout metallic blue, the Ballsmania necklaces (and bracelets!) are providing a welcome pop of colour and sass to May's outfits. And at a time where every discussion seems to be on Brexit, it's a welcome distraction to chat about some serious accessorising from the Prime Minister.
So what's cool about these particular necklaces? The versatility of these pieces are what first struck me. We've seen the PM wear hers in the Commons Chamber and when out and about in her Maidenhead constituency - as well as when visiting countries as part of her official duties. They look great with a formal dress and also paired with a casual tee shirt and jeans.
There are 100 colour combinations in the collection to try, and each item is handmade to the highest standards using non toxic colours and no nickel.
Politics doesn't have to be all about policy, and with voters wanting to understand the personal behind the public face, fashion is a great way to tell that story. May has embraced this, and despite being a private person, uses her great sense of style to show that she likes to have fun with what she wears. Her quirky taste in jewellery is just one way she does this, and her Mirta pieces are some of our personal favourites.
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