But also provides some useful 'never go outside looking like. There's even a section for pregnant women. I did like this book though. Get a bra that fits right as a pair of jeans that aren't baggy. I don't care who she is married to, I love Victoria Beckham.
There's a whole chapter devoted to blue jeans--genius! I also loved the photos of her in the book. She generously lists desginers and stores where you can acquire some of the same attire that she favors. Anyway, if you have nothing to do and enjoy looking at photos of Posh wearing her wonderbra and a big orange tutu which she pretty much wears over and over in this book although she swears she never dresses like that then this book is for you. Victoria Caroline Beckham née Adams is an English singer, songwriter, dancer, fashion designer, author, businesswoman, actress and model. It's just to share some of what I've learned. But for some reason I bought this book,despite the fact I don't even like her so called 'fashion sense'. I have very Ever since she was in the Spice Girls, I've been fascinated with Victoria Beckham.
Without being vapid, materialistic, or superficial, it was in fact cheeky, honest, passionate--because, This book came out when I was at just the right age when it couldn't have been more helpful and essential for a tomboy who never gave fashion a second look until she entered the working force and fell out of the sheltered bubble of small town America High School and suddenly needed to know the who, what, how, and why of all things she--I--had until then been utterly oblivious and clueless to. Celebrates the art of choosing and wearing things that make you feel and look great. And I know from experience that making the very best of yourself is something any woman can do. And she's known for her fashion. On the days I feel like dressing up, I like to look put together, but I never really had the patience for extensive thought about fashion.
Its kind of hard not to be. This book came out when I was at just the right age when it couldn't have been more helpful and essential for a tomboy who never gave fashion a second look until she entered the working force and fell out of the sheltered bubble of small town America High School and suddenly needed to know the who, what, how, and why of all things she--I--had until then been utterly oblivious and clueless to. It seemed as though she was right there, sharing her tips directly with me. It aims to make you feel confident - whether you're getting ready for work, a night out on the town or even doing the school run. I have been for years.
Some beautiful photos in there and lots of aesthetically pleasing sketches etc. I swear, I heard one once where the husband wanted her to remove a rib or something so that she will be thinner. I have been for years. Kitten heels are gross though, bikini waxes are a must when living in a swimsuit, and Okay, so this book does not have a lot of substance, lol. So much of her 'you can get this sort of stuff here' doesn't really apply to this side of the pond.
During her solo music career she has been signed to Virgin Records and Telstar Records. What girl doesn't love fashion? Other than this strange quirk, there was plenty to love in her book about style. Except for her love of Abercromie and Fitch. I find it's m Before I read this book, I didn't even like Victoria Beckham. Before I read this book, I didn't even like Victoria Beckham. I like the little insights into the life a Spice Girl, it's fun. Not something to read once and put aside.
See details for additional description. The book is divided neatly into sections including jeans, tops, dresses, shoes, vacations, accessories, and more. Did I mention her jeans line? The pictures and drawings are cute. B and I had gone shopping together and were discussing our day over a bottle of bubbly and some gorgeous little nibbly things. Where-to-buy ideas are provided, but this book is more about Victoria Beckham's own fashion inspirations and passions.
That's definitely one of my goals for the new year, to start taking better care of what I'm wearing. She ge fun book and light reading, I enjoyed it. I have enough to know that wearing stripes and dots and hot pink and other tacky colors look bad on me, and most people. Also, Pinterest inspiration comes in handy. A lot of store advertising, promoting her jeans line and zillions of pictures of herself. It almost feels like you're reading a series of blog posts with the simple language and short sentences.