So, Victoria Beckham is currently hanging out in the streets of New York City, and we all know what that means, streetwear galore of course. The former Spice Girl has been making her rounds around Manhattan since Tuesday, and every day we have gotten new looks that drip in style and flare. Of course, you may have already seen us talk about Beckham in this orange bodycon dress, but that’s just the beginning.
This orange number is probably the most vibrant ensemble that we’ve seen from Beckham this week, although another one possibly takes the cake (we’ll get to that one later). The dress gave us all kinds of references to early aughts fashion trends, with an off-the-shoulder neckline and colorblocking to match. She paired the dress with a matching pair of Manolo Blahnik heels and a chain-strapped Bottega Veneta bag to finish off the look. Did I mention that we’re just getting started with the fashion?
The next outfit to catch everyone’s attention was arguably just as vibrant and bold as the orange bodycon dress, but utilized references from completely different era. The pants for this look especially, bright yellow, high-waisted bell-bottoms gave us a complete 1970s, flower child, summer of love fantasy. Paired with a tight red long-sleeve shirt and yet another bright green Bottega Veneta Padded Cassette bag.
Now, let’s tone down the color a bit shall we? While Beckham had her moments in bright, vibrant shades, she also took a moment to be a little more understated and neutral. She made an appearance walking out of a hotel in a black pantsuit that featured even more bell-bottom hemlines — I guess we could call this a trend from her wardrobe, something to definitely keep an eye out for in the future.
And just as every light casts a shadow, Beckham wore a white pantsuit on another day which completely contrasted her black ensemble. This time, the top portion of the pantsuit was button-down, and she definitely utilized very few of the buttons, leaving the top very much open. And while this particular pantsuit didn’t feature bell-bottoms, it definitely had a looser, blousier fit around the legs. It was all belted with a thin black cord to give the garment an overall shape.