Mrs May\'s £995 handbag at dawn: PM leaves Downing Street with black leather Amanda Wakeley design just weeks after being criticised for wearing a pair of £1,000 leather trousers by the same designer
Theresa May\'s taste of expensive fashion has been controversial because she was photographed wearing a £ 995 leather pants. Yesterday, the prime minister\'s eye of luxury was shown again as she was photographed carrying an elegant leather handbag -- The price tag is exactly the same. Like Her \"bitter chocolate\" pants, British fashion designer Amanda Wedley designed the black and gold bags of \"sumptuus. Mrs. May holds a high discount card. Since 2013, she has recorded the end London store on the interest register. Black leather backpack in Redford, described as \"super\" Lux is made in \"supplied\" black leather and is enhanced by Rose gold buckle and chain. According to Amanda Wakeley\'s website, the \"sumptuous\" package was made by the \"Best Artist\" of Tuscany with \"modern structure . . . . . . Inspiration for hardware. Former Minister of Education, Nikki Morgan, allegedly banned from attending Downing Street meetings after criticizing May\'s clothing, said: \"My barometer is always, \'How can I explain in the Loughborough Market The member added that the pants had received attention and discussion in the Tory circle and said they had sent the wrong message. \"I don\'t have leather pants,\" she added. I don\'t think I \'ve ever spent that much money on anything other than my wedding dress. But after bashing Ms. May\'s \"bitter chocolate\" pants, Ms. Morgan was criticized after being revealed to have a £ 950 mulberry Berry Bayswater handbag. A source close to Mrs. Morgan said the bag was about 12 years old and was a gift.