Victoria Beckham makes a colourful style statement as she steps out in plunging blouse

Victoria Beckham turns heads in New York in a plunging blouse and vibrant purple skirt as she continues to embrace a new bright and bold colour scheme

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Victoria Beckham seems to have undergone something of a style transformation. The fashion designer has recently been embracing all things bright and bold, as was perfectly illustrated by her latest ensemble, a stand-out purple skirt teamed with a plunging blouse.

Proving that she really is the best advertisement for her brand, Victoria, 39, turned heads when she stepped out in New York, one of the fashion capitals of the world, in a revealing sepia top from her own label, featuring black cuffs and collar.

She wore the blouse with a vibrant purple skirt, also from her collection, which showed off her slender legs with a thigh-high split. She completed her look with aviator sunglasses and black heels.

 

Victoria Beckham

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Her bright Big Apple outing came just one day after she arrived in the city wearing a pair of eye-catching orange trousers. The mum-of-four made her way through JFK airport wearing the colourful citrus pantaloons with a pair of high platform wedges, a crisp white shirt and an overcoat.

Victoria is often seen on both sides of the Atlantic, and in recent weeks has also been making regular trips between London and Paris to see her husband David Beckham.

Last week, the Beckhams came together in the French capital to celebrate David's 38th birthday. The famous family spent the day together shopping, watching the football and visiting the Eiffel Tower.

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