Victoria Beckham Just Wore a White Dress and Neon Shoes to a Wedding

Victoria and David Beckham attended the wedding of footballer Sergio Ramos and Pilar Rubio in Seville, Spain, this weekend. VB's wedding-guest outfit sounds like a bold rule-breaking choice, as she wore a white midi dress with a pair of neon shoes. White is traditionally considered a no-no for guests, however Victoria shows how you can wear it in a respectful way. As long as you opt for a silhouette and fabric that isn't too bridal and wear a print, this colour is a viable option for guests.

To the wedding, Victoria wore a knot-print sleeved dress with a scarf detail at the neckline from her upcoming autumn winter 2019 collection. This knot motif was a key theme for her next collection, as everything from jumpers to blouses feature this nautical detail. Victoria paired her maritime dress with a pair of neon pumps she has been wearing nonstop this summer. The three-inch high stilettos from her own label are available in both green and pink, and she's worn them to every event in her calendar, from a football match at Old Trafford to a night with the Duchess of Cambridge.

Keep scrolling to see VB's wedding-guest outfit, and the other times she has worn neon shoes. 

VB's Wedding-Guest Look

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On Victoria Beckham: Victoria Beckham Knot Dress and 90s Pumps (£450)

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Other Ways VB Wears Neon Shoes

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Style Notes: VB wore the green versions of the heels with skinny jeans, a white T-shirt and a biker jacket to a football game at Old Trafford. 

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Style Notes: You can just barely see the pink pumps popping out of the bottom of her wide-leg trousers at a fashion event. 

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Style Notes: VB wore the pink heels with a white blouse and black baggy high-waisted trousers for a night in London with the Duchess of Cambridge.

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Shop More Neon Shoes

Of course Topshop is all over this neon trend. 

Kalda is on of our new favourite shoe brands, and has lots of lime-green styles. 

This neon pink is particularly popular this summer. 

Next up, see our guide to the key trends for spring/summer 2019.