Victoria Beckham and David Beckham are not afraid to show off evidence of their 26-year-long (and still going strong) union.
To mark the 14th February date, both parties delivered on the ultimate romantic throwback pictures which they shared on Instagram.
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David Beckham posted a romantic throwback photo on Instgagram
The couple have blessed us with plenty of memorable lewks over the years, from matching leathers to sarongs and her incredible Vivienne Westwood wedding dress, which of course matched David’s cream suit. Their Valentine's Day tributes to each other remind us all of how much their style has changed from the ‘Posh and Becks’ heyday of the 1990s.
David for his part shared a simple sweet photo of the pair sharing a romantic meal, with the caption "Happy Valentines to my valentine ? we Love You @victoriabeckham ❤️." The curtain hair, the rhinestone pattern (we think it’s a dragon) on David’s muscle tee? Pure 90s nostalgia. Victoria has her trademark pixie clipped back with what appear to be butterfly clips, we doubt we’d find those in her beauty arsenal now, although Mia Regan would probably be game to try.
Victoria reciprocated with a equally nostalgic series of images from 1999, saying "26 years and still my Valentine, I love you so much @davidbeckham ????" Victoria’s photos were even more evidence that the early Y2K fashion era was pure chaos. The couple are wearing matching baseball caps, while Victoria rocks a floral corset top and what appears to be a denim midi skirt. David is wearing the early 2000’s uniform of white tank and (Brad-Pitt approved) 90s linen.
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The couple have now swapped out their noughties aesthetic for an elevated wardrobe, which has cemented them both as global fashion icons. Victoria’s style is defined by a tailored approach to dressing, after founding her eponymous fashion label in 2008. Today the brand is the modern woman’s true wardrobe and the collections are an adaptation of Victoria’s own personal style, “Making women look and feel like the best versions of themselves is truly what brings me joy. Fashion is so many things, inspiring, exciting, but ultimately it is incredibly rewarding. To see those reactions is why I do what I do.” she explains.
Victoria's tribute showed her much the fashion icon has changed her style
We can’t wait for the next phase in the style evolution of the Beckhams.
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