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Saturday, February 19, 2011

The Style Evolution of Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham has come a long way since her Spice Girl days. Though she may never lose the Posh Spice moniker, her transformation from pop star to fashion force is undeniable. Check out Victoria's most memorable looks!
17.White Hot
Victoria and David Beckham crossed the pond for the 2003 MTV Movie awards in matching his-and-hers ensembles. A long-haired Victoria left little to the imagination in a white lingerie-inspired corset dress.

Victoria wore a flamboyant Roberto Cavalli cutout gown in October 2005. She complemented her daring tropical attire with heavily jeweled necklaces, gold strappy sandals and a deep tan.

15.Lady in Red
Victoria looked ladylike at the 2006 AngloMania Costume Gala in a red tea-length sweetheart dress. Ruby encrusted jewels and crimson lips were glam additions to the feminine look.

14.So Posh
Victoria attended Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' 2006 wedding in typically dramatic fashion. Victoria accessorized a fitted strapless dress with knockout accessories, including a theatrical flat-brimmed hat and a pair of pointy Christian Louboutin heels.


Victoria donned a white streamlined sheath to the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in February 2007. Glimmering emerald and diamond baubles popped against her pristine dress, but it was her new a-line bob that wound up stealing the spotlight.


12.Wild Thing
Victoria set hears aflutter at the 2007 MTV Movie Awards in a bra-exposing zebra print dress. Oozing confidence, the sassy Brit paired her sultry look with silver pointy pumps and a Hollywood tan.


11.Tangerine Dream 
Victoria flexed her style prowess as a judge on Project Runway in a drapey citrusy dress. The knockout orange dress looked extra fab paired with matching strappy stilettos. 

10.Gala Glamour
Victoria wore a beaded Giorgio Armani coat dress with silver Jimmy Choo sandals in May 2008. She complemented the sophisticated look with an elegant updo, fire engine red lipstick and arm candy in the form of hubby, David Beckham.

9.Queen of Hearts
Victoria struck a pose at the 2008 CFDA Fashion Awards in a heart-covered Marc Jacobs dress. A waist-cinching belt prevented the voluminous one-shouldered frock from overwhelming her slim frame. 


8.Full and Feminine
Victoria looked demure in a striped Alexander McQueen dress in 2008. She hit the shops in the ladylike monochromatic frock, which she wore with her favorite oversized sunglasses and a pair of square-toed pumps.

7.Pixie Cut
Victoria chanelled Audrey Hepburn in a fitted black pencil dress from her own collection. Victoria ditched her uber popular bob in favor of a fresh pixie cut, which she debuted at the 2008 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.  

6.Going Glam
Victoria sparkled in a sequined one-shouldered mini dress by Giorgio Armani in February 2009. She paired the glitzy dress with a pair of shiny nude satin pumps. Her piecey pixie cut gave her a youthful look.


Victoria brought the drama to a 2009 Hollywood event in a black jersey dress from her own collection. The glam dress featured padded bedazzled shoulders and a striking train. We think Morticia Adams would approve.

4.Couture Craving
Victoria made a splash at the 2009 Costume Institute Gala in Marc Jacobs couture. The polka-dotted mini featured a dramatic train and a flower-adorned shoulder. Louis Vuitton Cancan heels and a deep bronze glow completed the sensational look.

3.Silk Siren
Victoria embodied understated elegance in an exquiste ecru gown from her own collection at Elton John's 2010 Academy Awards Party. The stunning floor-length gown was the perfect polished choice for the designer.

2.Colonel Mustard 
Victoria was a ray of sunshine in November 2010 wearing a cheery mustard shift from her Spring 2011 collection. She added a luxe finish to the vibrant frock with satin Chanel pumps. 


1.Fur Queen
Clad in an eye-rabbing brown and black fur coat while toting black clutch bag, the expecting former Spice Girl ventured out of her temporary digs while partaking in the Fashion Week festivities.

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