MMM: Get VB’s NYC style

I have probably – during the course of my career – written about Victoria Beckham more than any other celebrity.

Over the years we have seen the 38-year old veer between Posh Spice the pop-star, Mrs Beckham the WAG, mummy-of-four and now VB, the respected fashion designer. And I doubt I ever thought I’d write that back in the Nineties.

But so it came to pass. Last week Victoria proved her style credentials at New York Fashion Week with a FROW* seating all the queens of modern fashion: Anna Wintour, Italian Vogue’s Anna dello Russo, ex-CEO of netaporter Natalie Massenet and of course, Harper Beckham.

Victoria focused more on separates than her signature form-fitting frocks – with tailored pieces including jackets, trousers and skirts. As she says herself, “I want to design what I want to wear.”

Victoria and baby Harper watch the Victoria by Victoria Beckham show, NYC
Image: Stephen Lock/ Zuma Press / Corbis

As one of the most stylish working mums in the industry, her sleek off-duty looks might be intimidatingly ‘perfect,’ but her wardrobe of muted colours are easy to recreate. And actually, you don’t need to be a size 6 like her to wear them.

Here are four of her NYC Fashion week looks – recreated from the high street.

*Front-row.

PIC RESEARCH: NICKY HARLEY

Image: Rex
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  1. Blouse, £6.99, H&M 
  2. Sunglasses, £8, ASOS
  3. Court shoes, £28, Dorothy Perkins
  4. Trousers, £69, Collection at John Lewis
  5. Pinched leather purse, £16, Topshop
Image: Rex
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  1. Dress, £16.99, New Look 
  2. Rose gold watch, £40, Oasis
  3. Boots, £110, Aldo
Image: Mirror Group
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  1. Khaki dress, £87, French Connection at John Lewis
  2. Platform shoe boots, £39.99, Missguided
Image: Eaglepress
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  1. Aviators, £8, ASOS
  2. Vest, £6.99, New Look
  3. Jeans, £22.99, Mango at House of Fraser
  4. Bag, £25, M&S
  5. Watch, £40, Oasis
  • Comments ( 2 )

  • avatar
    Lucy

    Another fab post. Quick query – I’d love to include more celeb pics on my own blog, but I always worry about copyright. Is including the source/photographer enough to cover our backs? Just wondering how you went about it. I’ve considered subscribing to a pic agency, but a bit pricey for the odd celeb pic I’ll use. L x

    • avatar
      Erica

      Just be really careful to quote photographer / source (another website etc). I think!!

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