Out with the towering heels and fake tans that she used to be associated with – Beckham, these days, is a lot more into evolving her own eponymous label and relaxed fits.

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Her black-loving Posh Spice ’90s persona has also undergone a total transformation – Beckham, who was a judge on the prestigious Woolmark Prize 2017 panel, shows off her excellent sense of colour (above). Pairing a sky blue shirt – nattily unbuttoned, of course – with persimmon orange-pleated pants, it made for an effortless statement.

While she has noticeably gone for a looser fit these days, it was still a masterclass in colour-blocking, and one that’s especially in trend with Spring 2017’s predilection for bold colours.

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It wasn’t her only shot at colour blocking though – she was recently seen out and about in a more fitted outfit (along with her favourite kicks – heels), and in bright colours she deliberately chose to clash – a red sweater and slim sky-blue pants.

It would appear Beckham has a thing for sky blue, and it looks similar to what Pantone deems “Island Paradise” – one of the top 10 colours for Spring 2017. Either way, she’s coming across as very refreshing with her adventurous colour-blocking these days – and we can only hope for more.


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