How Victoria Beckham's style has changed over 20 years
To build a career in show business and become a famous pop singer, marry a man whom all the women of the world dreamed of and have four children from him, retrain into a successful designer and manage his own brand for more than ten years - it seems that for Victoria Beckham there is nothing impossible. While moving toward goals and conquering new heights, the star remained a role model and style icon for millions of girls.
Starting her journey to fame in the mid-1990s as a singer in a miniskirt and boots, Victoria Beckham turned into an icon of style and a successful designer, while not forgetting the role of a caring mother of a large family.
Her lifestyle changed, her wardrobe also changed: explicit mini latex corsets combined with jeans, Roberto Cavalli predatory prints, transparent or colorful dresses with provocative neckline, gradually transformed into flowing silhouettes, midi length and monochrome tones. The only thing she has been and remains true throughout her fashionable history is pumps, flared pants and sunglasses.
In the days of Spice Girls, Victoria wore silk dresses, black turtlenecks, and tight-fitting tops. This image became a cult image in the mid-1990s, not least due to thin, clear eyebrows, signature bean and brown lipstick.
As the wife of the famous football player, who is always in sight, she thought out paired images for joint outings. Together with David, they either appeared in black leather total bows, or both dressed in brown, blue or white.
In the 2000s, Victoria’s wardrobe became especially crowded with Roberto Cavalli, Marc Jacobs and Roland Mouret outfits, rarely where she went without branded large black glasses and a large Birkin bag.
A new chapter in Victoria's life began in 2008 - in September she made her debut at New York Fashion Week with her first collection Victoria Beckham. With the advent of her own fashion brand, Victoria's style became more relaxed - more and more often the celebrity preferred neutral colors and laconic silhouettes. Bandage dresses were replaced by more restrained and minimalistic models - no mini, neckline and colorful prints.
In 2014, Victoria Beckham opened the first single-brand boutique in London and a second wind in the choice of stylish monochrome dresses. From 2017 Victoria start to relies on bright colors - both in the spring collection of the name brand and in her personal wardrobe. Comfortable chic is combined with a laconic cut, classic styles and masculine aesthetics.