SIX FASHION RULES FROM VICTORIA BECKHAM

Inspired by Victoria Beckham's outfits, we have identified six fashionable rules that you should always keep in mind if you want to look as spectacular and elegant in any circumstances.

By Victor Sajenko

SIX FASHION RULES FROM VICTORIA BECKHAM

Victoria Beckham is a designer, mother, wife and the most well-know fashionista in the UK. Each public appearance of Victoria is a definite hit on the target. She has dozens of to-dos on her usual schedule, however she always manages to put herself in order and look perfect.

Victoria is a fan of laconism, monochrome looks and streamlined silhouettes. Inspired by her outfits, we have identified six fashionable rules that you should always keep in mind if you want to look as spectacular and elegant in any circumstances.

1. Hold your bag in your hands.

Even if the accessory has a shoulder strap or short handles.

Victoria Beckham wearing men's suit holding a bag

2. Wear a turtleneck under a shirt or dress.

This element of the wardrobe always helps out. But as the first layer it looks especially fashionable.

Victoria Beckham wearing a turtleneck

3. Tuck your t-shirt into your jeans.

It just looks pretty after all when you tuck your t-shirt into your jeans.

Victoria Beckham wearing a tee tucked into her jeans

4. Do not be afraid of bright colors.

You will not look too eccentric wearing garments in red, pink, blue (or other bright palette colors), if the cut is simple.

Victoria Beckham wearing long red dress

5. Sometimes think of heels.

Sneakers are certainly comfortable and cool, but heeled shoes can make any look incredibly feminine.

Victoria Beckham wearing heels

6. Put on flare jeans.

According to Victoria Beckham, they help out in any situation.

Victoria Beckham wearing flared trousers

Victoria Beckham, nee Adams, was born into a rather wealthy British family. Her classmates often made fun of the rich Adams and were rarely hanging out with her out of envy. In addition, in her youth, Victoria had poor skin on her face, which became an additional reason for mockery. Therefore, at home alone, the girl would arrange real shows in which she would a rock star, changing clothes and hairstyles, singing songs and posing for photographers.

Finding herself in creativity, Victoria studied ballet. After graduating from school, Victoria attended a three-year course at the Lanie Arts Theater. The future star did not shine with outstanding talents, however her teachers noted the zeal and diligence of the girl, her hard work. It was Victoria's perseverance that helped her through endless unsuccessful castings and auditions. Adams dreamed of a career of an artist and was not going to give up.

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