Hooray for May’s headline-grabbing leather trousers
It’s good that politicians are getting more expressive with their clothing, because at least this way, we’re finding out more about them
It’s amazing how potent an image a pair of designer leather trousers can be, particularly when sported by Theresa May in a glossy photo shoot.
In case you missed the internet memes, the British prime minister set the cat among the pigeons recently when she posed for a magazine clad in a most peculiar outfit: a turtleneck paired with chocolate-brown leather trousers that had 1970s-style flares big enough to hide Donald Trump in...
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