Victoria Beckham Fall 2010


{Gorgeous! I love the look on the left.}

I love Victoria Beckham. Not only does she have a fierce sense of style, she is a doting wife and mother, actually has an extremely charming personality, and is a very talented celebrity fashion designer unlike the hordes of celebs who are always coming out with their own lines. I like that Victoria’s aesthetic is very much a part of every garment she designs. You can absolutely picture her wearing each piece. In essence, it is her style.

Victoria’s Fall 2010 collection is similar to her previous collections in that it features chic, tailored looks in bold, solid colors. As always, there are so many elegant, wearable pieces. I would wear every outfit in this post, though I may need some good shapewear for a few like the red one pictured above on the right. Not a very forgiving look, even on a 110 pound model! Shapewear jokes aside, I love that Beckham always brings a sense of glamour to the way that she dresses. Every outfit is well thought out, perfectly accessorized, and painfully chic.


{I adore both of these nude looks and love that she did a tone on tone look with the shoes throughout the show.}victoria5 {Beautiful Shades of Blue}

victoria4 {Beckham has created a fabulous array of little black dresses. Pick your poison!}




Which look is your favorite?

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  1. Picking a favorite is near impossible! If I had the luxury of choosing one to wear, it would easily be the long blue. They really are all stunning. And I LOVE that she is matching the shoe to the turq dress and the red dresses. Marija

  2. oh yea. she is my FAVORITE!!!!
    i love the one shoulder dresses…
    those are so hottt right now…

    great post.
    so excited to see her new collection.


  3. I am so with you. I LOVE her. And you are right that you can totally envision her wearing each of those pieces. I will say though that as I was watching her on American Idol I was a little bit let down because I thought she had more attitude than she showed on that show. She was just so nice which is wonderful but I had hoped that she would have some edge.

  4. I really like Victoria’s taste has evolved into something really special over the past few years — it’s become very “old school” and glamorous, but still sexy, architectural and very modern. I’m loving the lengths on all these skirts, too; I think a straight skirt ending just below the knee is enormously flattering on most women.

  5. The clothes are gorgeous but the model needs a sandwich! Victoria totally contradicted herself on the view this morning. She was saying how she wanted models that weren’t too skinny. Id say that girl is too skinny!

  6. Amazing. That woman is incredible!! Is there anything she can’t do?? Totally feeling that second nude dress. I mean WOW. Thanks for sharing!!


  7. I love her style, it is just so ladylike! I am not sure the pencil skirt styles would flatter my substancial behind, Im not like Jenny From The Block shamelessly tossing my ASSets in peoples faces, but that little black dress with the flouncy shirt and nipped waist is right up my alley!

  8. I really like her designs – they remind me of Roland Mouret (sp?) designs, but with a little more edge to them… very nice.

    I think they would look substantially better on women with curves – those models are really thin.

    I too love the length on the skirts – just below the knee is perfect. That’s my best skirt length.

    That blue gown is a stunner – would love to own that.

  9. Models are emaciated. Thought designer said on The View that the clothing was for “real women.” These models are poor examples. Love the clothing though.