To mark Remembrance Sunday on November 8, Victoria Beckham, her husband David, son Cruz, 15, and daughter Harper Seven, nine, joined hundreds of thousands across the UK as they stepped out onto their doorsteps to pay tribute to those lost in the war. The family observed two-minutes of silence to honour the servicemen and women killed in world wars and later conflicts.
“As so many of us spend today back in lockdown, we remember those who gave so much for our freedom,” wrote David on his Instagram. “It’s a chance to talk to our children about why we mark Remembrance Day like my grandad taught me why we wear the poppy.”
The 46-year-old designer wore the Jumbo Cuff Jumper in Burnt Orange from her (more affordable) line Victoria, Victoria Beckham. Lightweight knits are staples of this sister line which embodies the same refinement and sophistication as Beckham’s main line but with a slightly more casual twist.
Made from cashmere-like merino wool, the patchwork knit’s 70s-inspired flared sleeve is a beautiful addition to next winter’s wardrobe. “Extended sleeves, exaggerated proportions – who needs mittens when you can wrap your hands in this cool sweater?” muses GRAZIA’s Fashion Director Aileen Marr. “Pop up the collar like Victoria and wear it casually with denim or elevate with high-waisted tailored trousers.”
VICTORIA, VICTORIA BECKHAM, JUMBO CUFF JUMPER IN BURNT ORANGE, USD $640/ AUD $960 SHOP NOW