Her signature style appeared to be muted tones and modest necklines but it seems that Victoria Beckham has undergone a fashion transformation of late. The 39-year-old fashion designer stepped out in New York on Thursday in a blouse that revealed her chest and a bright purple skirt.
Victoria showed off her modest cleavage in the sepia coloured blouse, from her label, boasting black cuffs and a collar. The revealing top meant that Victoria was unable to wear a bra and was in danger of flashing her modesty.
She teamed the top with a vibrant skirt, also from her own collection, showing off a slit up to the mid-section of her thigh.
The mother-of-four finished off her look with a pair of thin rimmed aviator sunglasses. Her flurry of colour comes just a day after Victoria arrived into the Big Apple, wearing a pair of bright orange trousers.
Victoria strutted through the airport in a pair of extremely long orange trousers which swamped her tiny frame. The former Spice Girl teamed the bright pantaloons perfectly with a long black coat and a crisp white blouse. She also accessorised the outfit well with a pair of rather high platform wedges and hid her eyes behind large sunglasses.
Traveling light Victoria carried no luggage with her as she teetered through the airport without her usual main accessory on her arm, daughter Harper. Victoria has had a busy few weeks globe trotting between her London home and Paris, where husband David plays. the Spice Girls have axed plans to go on tour in 2014 because Victoria reportedly refused to join them.
The group had reportedly been ‘plotting’ a string of huge final farewell shows next year, but after Victoria refused to take part, the remaining band members – Geri Halliwell, Mel B, Mel C, and Emma Bunton – decided to scrap their plans following discussions last week amid concerns ticket and merchandise sales would struggle if the entire quintet weren’t involved. ‘Led by Geri, the girls had been plotting a world tour as a four-piece band, culminating in a final night at Wembley Stadium.