38 Fashion Truths Straight From Victoria Beckham
If Victoria Beckham is doling out fashion advice, you'd better believe we're taking it. So when the fashion designer extolled the virtues of wearing sneakers, we were all ears; when she debuts her new collections, we're waiting excitedly in the wings; and when she shows off an outfit on the street or red carpet, we're taking notes. To which, we've curated something of a style bible in Victoria's honor. Read on for 38 style truths we've learned all from studying VB's best looks.
Red is always the move.
A pink dress and blue heels are all one needs.
Look sexy with a white on white combo.
A great t-shirt and jeans never go out of style.
You don't have to be a superhero to pull off a cape.
Bright color is your friend.
It's always better to be overdressed than underdressed.
A statement bag can make your whole outfit.
White is a year-round staple.
Sometimes a vest is all you need to add intrigue.
Never underestimate how sleek a head-to-toe shade looks.
Matching your shoes to your top is underrated.
Brogues are always a chic alternative to heels.
A statement suit was made for turning heads in, but especially out of, the office.
Black doesn't have to be basic.
A head-turning going-out top is always a good idea.
It's the little details that set your look apart.
Like the draping of this chic day dress.
Just a pop of print and color is sometimes all you need.
But a classic LBD will never let you down.
You can reinvent your jeans every time you switch up your top.
If your coat packs a punch, keep the rest simple.
A flirty party dress is practically an essential.
Know that it's totally OK to wear flats whenever you want to (even on the red carpet).
Remember that a well-cut dress that flatters your figure is priceless.
Don't be afraid to mix color and print.
But know that there's nothing wrong with all black either.
Coordinating with your SO is pretty sweet — and can be very chic.
Find your pose and master it.
Victoria struck her signature red carpet stance in November 2015.
A trench coat is timeless and goes with everything.
Cropped pants were made for showing off cool boots.
Monochromatic dressing is undeniably chic.
If ever you have the opportunity to wear your clothes right off the runway, take it.
Especially when they're your own — like this number Victoria showed off right after her Fall '16 collection debuted.
You can be practical and stylish.
Balancing a bomber jacket and high-heeled boots is easier than you think.
A scarf is an all-occasion accessory.
Sometimes, it makes the whole outfit.
A little texture goes a long way.
There's almost nothing you can't wear with a white t-shirt.
They look as good with full skirts as they do with your everyday denim.