Victoria Beckham very rarely wears items that she hasn't designed herself, so her catwalk show also doubles as a preview of her own wardrobe for the next season. If we were VB, these would be the five outfit combos from her own collection that we would wear throughout September, starting with those knee-high red boots (if we were Victoria, we wouldn't take them off). Scroll below to see the five outfit ideas VB wants us to try this month.
Style Notes: Victoria Beckham's A/W 17 collection is all about artful layering, and this navy and burgundy outfit is worth re-creating. VB layered a cropped navy roll neck over a long, fitted jumper and then added her hero accessories of the season: glossy red knee-high boots and a vanity case handbag. Expect to see VB wearing this exact runway outfit in no time.
Style Notes: Grey check tailored suits are big news for A/W 17, and VB's suiting is extra boxy with strong shoulders and super-wide-leg trousers. When it comes to the styling, she plays with proportions, layering a long, sheer navy shirt dress underneath and adding long leather gloves over the top of the jacket sleeves.
Style Notes: Any loyal Who What Wear UK reader will know that red is the colour of the season, and it looks best when worn head to toe. VB shows you don't have to stick to just one shade, however, as on the runway she mixed a darker red with a London bus–red skirt. VB has already worn this exact look, and chances are these boots will be her autumn staple.
Style Notes: VB shows that tailored trousers can look relaxed rather than corporate. She styled her extra-long, wide-leg grey trousers with flat white pointed brogues and an oversized abstract-print jumper. Expect VB to merge weekend and work wardrobes in this exact fashion this winter.
Style Notes: Sheer shirts were a key piece in the collection, but this is one of our favourite ways to style the potentially tricky trend. A tartan check blazer with ties at the elbow perfectly balances the sultrier sheer navy shirt, which is tucked into a navy pencil skirt.