Theresa May A-Z: N is for Neutral Look

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Very much a black and white person, Theresa May also favours netural tones in her working wardrobe. Not content with just wearing neutral garments in the summer months, the PM has an impressive range of taupe, ecru and oatmeal hues in her wardrobe.

Think chunky grain blazers, their construction taking their cue from nature’s most natural tones. Tailored, knitted cardigans, perfect to be teamed with a jersey dress or a pair of well-constructed trousers. Or a linen dress and matching jacket from Amanda Wakeley- perfect for those hot, sticky summer months in London.

May often turns to nature for fashion inspiration. Snakeskin kitten heels from Russell & Bromley and of course, a range of leopard print shoes can all be classed as neutral accessories, working with a cross-wardrobe repertoire. Similarly, May’s jewellery isn’t overly flashy, and like her other pieces, complements her whole look.

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May’s focus on quality basics, tailored items and simple pieces makes her a great champion of the neutral look.

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