Tightening your belt … tory style!

Samantha Cameron shuns austerity at Conservative conference

Samantha Cameron wore a belt costing almost £200 to the Conservative party conference, signaling that austerity had not informed her fashion choices.

02 October 2013

Prime Minister David Cameron with his wife Samantha following his keynote speech on the final day of the Conservative Party Conference at Manchester Central

Prime Minister David Cameron with his wife Samantha following his keynote speech on the final day of the Conservative Party Conference at Manchester Central Photo: Paul Grover

Samantha Cameron in her favourite green shift dressSamantha Cameron in her favourite green shift dress Photo: PAUL GROVER FOR THE TELEGRAPH

She wore a £42 sleeveless blue teal pencil dress, with twist neck and belt from Asos, the online fashion retailer for her husband David’s speech.

The dress is described by Asos as being made “from a soft stretch fabric, with a crew neckline and pleat styling to the chest”

Mrs Cameron had been intending to accompany it with a Twiggy leather belt from Fenwick, which sell from £39 to £49 each, but at the last moment replaced this with a £196 croc-effect belt designed by Emilia Wickstead, a favourite of the Duchess of Cambridge.

She wore the same belt on a trip to see the United States President Barack Obama and his family in 2012.

She also splashed out on the dark over-sized coat, which can be bought from £175 each from designer label Cos.

Mrs Cameron’s shoes came from Top Shop.

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