Margaret Thatcher’s priciest green suit sold for $39,700.
It is the world which needs perfection in each aspect of your life. Your external image contributes a lot to these criteria and so it is indeed very important to dress adequately as per the occasion instead of standing odd in the crowd. This becomes even more vital when someone belongs to political or business background. All this must be the reason for Business suits of former British P.M. Margaret Thatcher auctioned by Christie’s for about $116,000.
At the Christie’s auction 7 suits from the collection were sold by a private collector which was also part of an auction celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics. An anonymous purchaser snagged the priciest: a green suit worn the day she was confirmed as Tory party leader in 1975, which sold for $39,700.
All this must be just because one being a political figure typically means a millions of gazing eyes and an equally striking fashion sense. British politician Margaret Thatcher lived up to the construed expectation with panache. The Asprey handbag that she held close for over 30 years was auctioned off last year and few of her other belongs go under the hammer this year.
Her suits were first of her belongings that were sold at the Christie’s auction and the jade green wool suit composed of jacket and silk topped dress with necktie and belt fetched almost $40,000, the highest price for her suit at the event. The suit that commanded the second best price of $21,800 in the auction was the dark blue wool suit composed of jacket and skirt, piped in navy blue spotted silk and trimmed with scarlet braid. All the suits were worn by the Baroness at significant events, stirring up the political scene of the 70’s in the minds of the older folk.
Certain things comes with the guarantee that it cannot go wrong because of its background such is the case with politician Margaret Thatcher dress collection which were promptly sold.