A worldwide style icon, Victoria Beckham was said her image has changed to fit in with laid-back LA style since she’d moved to California last year. She has another opinion though:
It hasn’t, not at all. I am very British in my style. Think school teacher.’ She adds, ‘I love pencil skirts and fitted blouses, classic cut dresses and well fitted jeans mixed with classic tailoring.’
However, it is hard to agree that she always looks like a ‘school teacher’. For instance, this summer Victoria was spotted wearing flip-flops at Disneyland, while she is almost never seen out of her trademark high-heel stilettos. Posh claimed not to have any flat shoes, not even a pair of the ballerina pumps which are so popular with celebrities now.
It seems to us Ms. Beckham is unlikely to change the public look much. She said:
It’s always good to know what suits you. Your signature style is whatever makes you feel happy, confident and sexy. Of course it’s always good to mix things up every now and again too. Push the boundaries and evolve your style. Have fun, but be realistic. Don’t follow the crowd.’
The fashion collection launched by Victoria in September at New York Fashion Week has shown that her vision of a modern woman is influenced greatly by old fashioned styles rather than the latest trends.
The 1950s icons had such class. I love the glamour and sophisticated style of Jackie O and Audrey Hepburn,’ the designer said.
I hope Victoria will keep on creating new lines, as chic and sophisticated as she is herself.
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