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Victoria Beckham’s Work From Home Outfits Are Just as Chic as You’d Expect

Off duty is not a clothing style we typically associate with Victoria Beckham, though if 2020 has proven anything, it’s that we’ve all made adjustments on the fashion front. Once renowned for structured suiting and tailored dresses, Posh has altered her aesthetic considerably (much like the rest of us) now that she’s working from home

Taking to Instagram, Beckham has been sharing her WFH outfits lately, which appear to be a mix of chunky knitwear, wide leg jeans, button-down shirts and comfy co-ords. Though she is relying on classic wardrobe essentials, to keep things interesting, Beckham is opting for bright shades and block colour patterns, including stripe jumpers and contrast trim shirts. To truly emulate VB’s style, try wearing one of these looks while sipping a coffee on your kitchen bench, or opt for the quintessential Posh Spice mirror selfie and lift one leg in the air.

Keep scrolling to see four of Victoria’s most recent work from home outfits and shop similar looks below. 

Style Notes: There’s nothing boring about this look. VB keeps a classic button-down and jumper look interesting by wearing both items in bright shades of blue. 

Style Notes: If you’re going to wear jeans while working from home, a wide-leg silhouette is the way to go. Here, VB pairs her jeans with a stripe knit, which is perfect for all those daily Zooms. 

Style Notes: Knitted co-ords are an easy outfit many of us tend to rely on throughout winter. A set will look polished but never lack warmth or comfort. 

Style Notes: Oversized silhouettes are key to WFH comfort. Here, VB opts for a chunky knit, vintage wash jeans and fuzzy socks to keep her warm. 

Next up, the biggest A/W20 fashion trends you need to know. 

Source: Victoria Beckham’s Work From Home Outfits Are Just as Chic as You’d Expect

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