• Boris Johnson jogs in a dress shirt and shoes on the morning of the 2021 Conservative Conference.
  • Boris Johnson has a habit of jogging in strange clothes, including shirts, swim shorts, and bandanas with a skull and crossbones.
  • Johnson fans cite his messy style and messy hair as positive, describing him as “eccentric” and “flashy”.

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It’s the Conservative Party conference this week that the UK Prime Minister’s party comes together to discuss critical UK issues including the gas shortage crisis, the brutal murder of Sarah Everard by police officer Wayne Couzens, tax increases, healthcare and more.

Boris Johnson, 57, is an avid jogger and cyclist. He prepared for the policy that culminated in his agenda address later that week with a run through the streets of Manchester in north-west England.

Many Johnson supporters cite his messy style and messy hair as a reason for liking him, with proponents calling him “eccentric” and “flamboyant” according to YouGov data. Those who had an unfavorable opinion said he was a “bite” and a “clown”.

He didn’t disappoint in the latest photos. The Prime Minister wore Team GB running shorts, formal black leather lace-ups, black suit socks and a sleek white shirt.

—Jemima Sampson (@ Jemima1989) October 3, 2021

It’s not the first time Johnson has been seen wearing unusual clothing. So much so that the Prime Minister was one of the most popular Halloween costumes in 2019.

One of his most memorable outfits was a zippered fleece and skull bandana, which he put on after losing his position as Minister of Shadow Arts in 2004.

The UK Prime Minister also loves funky Bermuda shorts that he trains in.

Boris Johnson jogs in black Bermuda shorts.

Boris Johnson jogging in black Bermuda shorts at the 2017 Conservative Conference.


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Johnson’s wife, Carrie Johnson, has also been using style to make a statement lately.

Mrs. Johnson, an environmental and conservationist, hired all of her outfits for the recent G7 conference to emphasize the importance of sustainable fashion. Armani Syed from Insider reported on the event.