We don't know about you, but when we hop on board an airplane, we tend to wear a comfy tracksuit, or something super baggy. Well, Victoria Beckham definitely doesn't do that. The former Spice Girl was pictured at JFK airport on Wednesday, rocking a very elegant outfit indeed. Despite the fact that she had just departed a lengthy flight, she rocked multiple trends - a tweed pencil skirt, a pair of red high heel boots, a matching slouchy bag, and a bottle green tartan jumper - all from her own collection. Sounds quite random on paper, but check these photographs out - it really works! Very few people can mix and match like this, apart from VB of course. The jumper is currently online for £955 should you wish to add to your wardrobe.
Victoria looked incredible walking through JFK airport
It's not just celebrities that love the mother-of-four's clothes - but royalty too. On Tuesday, Spain's monarch - Queen Letizia - attended the 10th anniversary of Princess of Girona Foundation, wearing a fabulous outfit by Victoria's label - a blue and white patterned ensemble.
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Victoria shared her public approval for this look. Sharing a snap, Victoria wrote: "Beautiful family and Queen Letizia looking stylish in one of my favourite VB dresses." The navy blue and white leopard print shirt came with long sleeves and a high collar, making it perfect for the upcoming colder months.
Queen Letizia wore a VB outfit on Tuesday
The matching VB maxi skirt was put together with the same print but in a gorgeous asymmetric design that gave it a funky edge.
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The mum-of-two added the perfect pop of colour to the gettup with a pair of bright red Carolina Herrera suede slingback pumps which brought the whole look together. Letizia joins royals the Duchess of Sussex and the Countess of Wessex, who both love a bit of VB...
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