Former Liberal Vice Premier Julie Bishop looked directly at her home when she sat with her colleague Julia Banks during her first day in the back since 2003.
Dressed in a bright orange blazer, her fingernails painted pink and an ironic smile on her face, Ms. Bishop was the center of attention before the question time in the House of Representatives on Monday.
Mrs. Bishop mingled with her fellow colleagues, many of whom took the time to approach the former Foreign Minister, with Julia Banks embracing her and a member of Leichhardt Warren Entsch, kissing him on the forehead.
Former Liberal leader MP Julie Bishop (right) looked at home as she sat with her colleague Julia Banks (left) during her first day on the bench since 2003.
The decision comes only a few days after Mrs. Banks, the member of Chisolm, announced that she would not contest her seat in the next elections.
She spoke of a culture of intimidation, intimidation and discrimination within the Liberal Party that reached a critical point during the spill of leaders that overthrew former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Dressed in a bright orange blazer, her fingernails painted pink and an ironic smile on her face, Mrs. Bishop was the center of attention before Question Time in the House of Representatives.
Mrs. Bishop mingled with her colleagues, including Leichhardt member Warren Entsch (pictured), who kissed him on the forehead.
Mrs. Bishop's style has always attracted attention, with her boast of an endless collection of bright and sophisticated outfits.
The new mandarin number was no exception, which generated frenzy in social networks.
"I'm glad to see that the shoulder pads are coming back!" a user wrote on Twitter.
Others rushed to point out the gender division by commenting on Mrs. Bishop's attire.
& # 39; Who cares what she is using. There are no comments of men dressed in suits, "wrote another.
"God, I can not wait for my daughter to get into politics so everyone can comment on her outfit."
Mrs. Bishop retired from banking after the leadership coup d'état that saw Mr. Turnbull expelled from the main job.
For more than 10 years, the lawyer from Western Australia served as a loyal deputy to three prime ministers, all of whom saw him stabbed in the back.
But it was not until Mr. Turnbull slashed that Bishop Bishop herself went for the best job after much public support.
But it fell short, winning only 11 votes, including his, in the vote of 85 parliamentarians.
Mrs. Bishop's style in the respected position has always drawn attention, flaunting an endless collection of bright and sophisticated outfits
It came days after he never had a hope, and the moderates urged each other to put their votes behind Scott Morrison to prevent Peter Dutton from becoming prime minister.
"Despite our hearts that lead us to Julie, we need to vote with our heads for Scott in the first round," Infrastructure Minister Paul Fletcher wrote to the group on WhatsApp.
After the loss, Ms. Bishop rejected the offer of incoming Prime Minister Scott Morrison to maintain his position as Foreign Minister.
Instead, he retreated to the back to evaluate his options as he looks to his future.
In contrast to Mrs. Bishop's days as a social butterfly, Mr. Morrison cut a solitary figure while spinning alone in his chair.
With a sharp look on his face, Mr. Morrison scrolled through his smartphone and flipped through his notes before question time, before turning the empty room around and fixing himself.
In contrast to Mrs. Bishop's days as a social butterfly, Mr. Morrison cut a solitary figure as he swiveled in his chair alone
With a sharp look on his face, Mr. Morrison scrolled through his smartphone and flipped through his notes before question time.