In training

February 18, 2009 at 12:36 pm Leave a comment

I guess there will always be adverse comments when a politician tries to come across as being ‘down with the kids’, especially when the politician in question is Britain’s privately-educated opposition leader David Cameron (pictured here in standard politician mode) and he makes a public appearance wearing trainers.


Photo: Screaming Bertha

It’s not really my place to say whether wearing trainers to a children’s TV show premiere is morally dubious, as The Daily Mail has suggested, but one thing’s for certain: when the trainers worn lack even a hint of style and clash with the rest of the outfit, reason dictates that they should be left at home.

If DC wants to be comfortable, ethical and stylish, he could do worse than pick up a pair of Jinga Shoes – sporting simple colours which are easy to match up, along with a price tag to keep anyone happy.


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