Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 31 August 2014

Victoria Beckham masters monochrome chic at Spice Girls event

Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham was the epitome of laidback chic at a Spice Girls event in London last night.

The singer-turned -designer attended the press night of the new Spice Girls musical, Viva Forever!, at the Piccadilly Theatre dressed in a stylish ensemble.

The 38-year-old opted for on trend masculine tailoring in monochrome for the special evening.

Victoria chose a wine coloured overcoat by her own label Victoria Beckham to keep the London chill at bay. The sleek and boyish white shirt worn under the overcoat was also from her collection, although Victoria did veer from her own brand by wearing Isabel Marant black trousers to complete her look.

Victoria arrived at the event with her brood of boys and husband David Beckham.

The male members of Victoria's family kept up the style stakes by sporting looks from Burberry Tailoring.

David looked every inch the proud husband in his smart charcoal grey suit by the British brand and an olive tie.

Victoria's sons Brooklyn, Romeo, and Cruz all looked dapper too, in black suits.

Viva Forever! is a brand new musical that features the songs of the Spice Girls and follows one girl's journey into the world of overnight celebrity.

Also joining Victoria at the event were her Spice Girls band mates.

The foursome arrived earlier in the evening also sporting notable looks.

Geri wore a powder blue strapless gown that boasted a tiered skirt and rouched detailing around the body.

Emma also opted for a blue ensemble, but chose a lace dress in a midnight shade that incorporated a thigh high split.

Mel B wore a floor-length glittering gown which boasted a dipped back and which she paired with a pair of pointed Louboutin heels.

Mel C was the only Spice Girl to wear a short dress and showed off her legs in an olive green dress.

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