Fashion report: Who was on trend at the #2016Budget?

(LONDON, Glamourless) The #2016Budget is officially over, and while it mainly consisted of a bunch of middle-aged people wanking on and on about numbers and stuff, at least one of them managed to look good while they did it. But which one? You’ll never guess… 

Theresa May

David Cameron turns up in a mad colour clash, with an extra Theresa May on his shoulder
David Cameron turns up in a mad colour clash, with an extra Theresa May on his shoulder.

Whether she was on-trend or not is besides the point. The fact that Theresa May turned up wearing precisely the same cleavage as she did to the last budget party is simply unforgivable. There’s really no hope for this woman.

David Cameron, on the other hand, arrived wearing half of someone else’s suit, and an extra Theresa May on his shoulder. As if one isn’t enough for most people. You can only have so much of a good thing, Dave, and we’re not seeing any of it here.

George Osbourne

'Get a loud of my miniature suitcase!'
‘Get a load of my miniature suitcase!’

This guy again! He turns up at all of these budget gigs, and he’s guaranteed to be carrying that dwarfish suitcase. We’re not sure why he’s so proud of it, but he’s always holding it up to the cameras with that smug look on his face.

Get over it, George! It may match your suit, and you may be able to get it onto a plane as hang-luggage, but you couldn’t get the average make-up compact in that thing if you tried. Pointless.

Jeremy Corbyn

Who'd have thunk it? Corbyn more on trend than anyone else
Who’d have thunk it? Corbyn more on trend than anyone else.

Jeremy Corbyn, the most maligned clothes horse in Westminster, completely turned it around for #2016Budget. Bang on trend, he turned up looking like a time lord roaming from the 1960s, via the 1990s (the most on-trend decade so far this decade). Check out that Union Jack colour-combo, and the blue-tinted specs. It’s like he’s been out on a shopping threesome with Geri Halliwell and Noel Gallagher, and he’s come home all slapped up in flag. What a turn up for the books!

Who do YOU think stood out at the budget party this year? Will YOU be jumping on the Corbynista bandwagon? Let us know… NOW!

Daniel Puppets

Daniel Puppets grew up in Eastleigh, dreaming of escape. At the age of 18 he ran away from home to begin work on the short-lived publication, Winchester Razzle. He saw a lot of things in a short space of time and left having gained the ability to regularly interview two actors, deftly shaven, coupled in a meaningless embrace. He has been with Glamourless ever since the editor forced his hand with blackmail and unsubtle threats.

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