Victoria Beckham continues to dazzle with New York style

Victoria Beckham is renowned for her minimalist all-black outfits, but during a recent trip to New York the mother-of-four seems to be trying out a new, equally stylish look. The 41-year-old caused a stir on Thursday when she stepped out in a white skirt adorned with a pink floral pattern, a stark contrast to her usually darker toned ensembles.


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Victoria Beckham rocked a colourful printed skirt on Thursday

The former pop star, who is married to David Beckham, teamed the skirt with a matching clutch bag and a cream top, adding a belt to showcase her slender silhouette. In another sartorial move that surprised fans, Victoria ditched her trademark stilettos in favour of pink strappy platform heels – a far cry from the pair she used to wear when performing with the Spice Girls.

"They were awful," she said of her alter ego Posh Spice's choice of footwear while giving a talk in the Big Apple, admitting they were the one fashion faux pas that she regrets.

Later in the day, Victoria was back to her signature black ensembles but it seems she is becoming a fan of floral prints. Rocking a tailored black coat and her beloved black stilettos, the British beauty showed off her fashion-forward credentials in a pair of skinny black trousers printed with ditsy red flowers and green leaves.

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Victoria has been turning heads with her chic New York outfits

The fashion designer has been in the bustling American city to present her ready-to-wear Spring/Summer 2015 pre-collection to journalists. During a recent talk she admitted that she has plans to expand her already successful empire.

"I want to get into shoes, menswear and childrenswear," she revealed. "I believe in dreaming big and that's something I will continue to do."

She also admitted that she still hasn't got used to the sight of people wearing her designs. "When I see a stranger wearing one of my dresses I still get excited," she said. "And will go up and tell her she looks great."