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Victoria Beckham wears the most dreamy pastel suit and mint green shoes

The former Spice Girl steps out in lilac outfit

victoria beckham lilac pastel suit mint green shoes
Laura Sutcliffe
Fashion and Beauty News Editor
March 8, 2018
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Victoria Beckham looked lovely in lilac on Thursday morning, stepping out in the most stunning lavender three-piece suit from her own collection. The suit is made in a tailored, structured fit and is slightly oversized – the boxy style is hugely fashionable and on trend right now. She teamed the gorgeous pastel ensemble with a co-ordinating pair fresh mint high heel shoes. The jacket, which is called 'Man’s jacket' due to its androgynous cut, is priced at £1,675 and currently available online in all sizes, and the matching trousers retail at £745. The wife of David Beckham, wore shoes which are part of her new collection and available to order on her website, priced at £560. Victoria was snapped heading to her flagship store which is situation in central London, on Dover Street, where she proceeded to do a  Facebook live with advertising executive Nicola Mendelsohn.

Victoria Beckham looked lovely in lavender 

The mother-of-four took to her Instagram account ahead of her outing – asking her 19 million Instagram followers which designer shoes they preferred. Victoria explained: "I'm getting ready for Facebook Live and I can't decide, green or yellow – what do you think?" She pointed her camera at her feet, where she alternated between her 'Dorothy' style shoes, in either mint or a buttery yellow. The 43-year-old added a 'Green/ Yellow' option for fans to click on, before deciding "I think I'm going to go with green."

Victoria's striking suit is part of her own collection, available online now

The fashion designer was heading to a Facebook live event, where she discussed her fashion influences and all things business related. Victoria, 43 gave a special mention to two American women who she felt had supported her career - Vogue's Anna Wintour and high end fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg. "There are so many strong women in the fashion industry, and it's a great time for women designers, women who are designing clothes for women," she explained.

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