How to show your colours, Lib Dem style

Wondering how to show your support for the Lib Dems at this election, but reluctant to sport a rosette? Well, The Guardian has come up with eight options for the fashion-conscious party supporter. Though it probably helps to be a lady. (Or else a male transvestite). Options range from £8 to £695:

Think I’ll be sticking to the Matalan range.

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  • Lorna Spenceley 28th Feb '10 - 11:22am

    The yellow clutch bag at £420 in that Guardian article is from Smythson. Remind me, who is the creative director of Smythson? Samantha Cameron, you say? Yes, buy a pointlessly overpriced and frankly hideous yellow bag to display your political allegiance and boost the annual bonus of the Tory leader’s wife at the same time. How’s that for delicious irony?

  • Lorna Spenceley 28th Feb '10 - 12:46pm

    Philip, the Liberal Democrat colour remains Pantone 116 gold. A palette of three additional colours (including that aqua) has been added which I actually find very useful for full colour design. Black, grey and gold is very limiting!

  • I think the £180 for a yellow plastic bangle is an even greater wste of money than the gloves. I can’t believe people are so stupid to pay such an amount for a piece of plastic junk just becasue it is ‘Stella McCartney’

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