Fresh from PMQs, Jeremy Corbyn is shaking things up as much on the fashion stage as the political arena.
With his unique normcore-infused style, he’s bringing the socialist paradise one step closer with a low-key selection of black caps, muted shirts, and surprisingly street casual ware- Ties, cufflinks, and ironing are out.
For Corbyn, it’s all about corduroy, with a cheeky vest peeking out from under a plain shirt. Shabby chic meets radical chic is most definitely the IN THING.
With a population tired of the same smooth-chinned, Armani suit-wearing politicians, we have to ask: will the #normcorbyn style catch on? Will other politicians be keen to jump aboard the bandwagon?
Picture the scene - David Cameron in Parliament with two weeks beard-growth and a beige sports jacket. On his left, George Osbourne in a cotton short-sleeved shirt, shorts, socks pulled all the way up, and trainers.
Yes, beige has hit the stage. A fashion earthquake not seen since Liam Gallagher inspired a generation of home counties youth to dress in Parkas and denim.
As winter approaches, we can be sure to be seeing more of a #normcorbyn’s jumpers. Be sure to see them first, here on Shopcade.
Photo Credit: Conde Nast
Video Credit: UK Parliament
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