After a short stint in New York City to take up a new role as a UN Goodwill Ambassador, Victoria Beckham is back on British soil and has spent every spare moment she can get visiting her brand new store located on London's Dover Street.
For her first visit after the store's opening day last week, Victoria made her way to the building rocking Balmain's iconic leopard print skirt which she teamed with a black jumper. Then her second outing saw her sport a chic black midi skirt with a crisp white shirt combo.
However for her most recent appearance, Victoria wore a very, ahem, un-Victoria ensemble.
While it's not a look we'd commonly associate with VB's usually tailored style, the 40-year-old designer still looked amazing in a brightly coloured and ornately printed midi complete with a grey roll neck top. It might look like a separate top and skirt, but upon closer inspection we realised they actually come together to create a dress.
The print on the floaty skirt of the frock is highly intricate with floral motifs and tile prints beautifully intertwining with one another. Ever the style pro, Victoria ensured her busy dress still looked sleek by rocking it with minimal grey suede boots and her signature black-out sunnies.
Speaking exclusively to InStyle.co.uk a couple of weeks ago, Victoria was passionate but, at the same time, very humble about her career in fashion. She remarked: 'Five years ago I never thought I'd be opening my own store.' So, it comes as no surprise that she's keen to spend any time she can there to ensure its smooth and swift running.
We don't know about you, but we're totally digging her new look. Thanks for another daily dose of outfit inspro, VB...
By Maxine Eggenberger