Victoria Beckham's status as a style icon, both on and off the red-carpet, is nothing new. However, her recent off-duty outfit proves just how influential her sartorial moments actually are. In fact, Victoria Beckham's gym look is an easy but critical lesson on how to make a casual stroll feel fashion-forward. And because the ensemble is primarily part of the designers collection with Reebok, recreating her effortless fit is surprisingly easy to do.
The former Spice Girl is certainly no fashion outsider, with her own eponymous clothing line being frequently coveted by the fashion set. So it makes sense that while heading to the gym on Jan. 13 for her daily two-hour workout in London, Beckham took the opportunity to prove that she cuts no corners when it comes to her personal style. She paired a fitted gray hoodie with black leggings, adding sleek white sneakers and a black baseball VB Cap, from her collaboration with athletic wear brand Reebok, which is priced at just $70.
In case you missed it, the mom of four's unisex collection is full of stylish athletic gear that you will want to wear not just to the gym, but pretty much everywhere else too. With versatile pieces that marry fashion and function, the activewear lineup is a reflection of Beckham's chic aesthetic, regardless of where she's going. And it's worth copying, if you want to look just as effortless when heading to the gym.
Beckham's choice of clothing is both presentable but practically, a duality that is undoubtedly priceless. But the accessorizing is what takes this look from casual to intentional. While jewelry at the gym certainly isn't expected, barely-there pieces can really upgrade your outfit without hindering your performance. Beckham opted for minimal earrings and thin band rings, both so delicate she could've slept in them. This small styling step paired with minimal beauty preparations (as far as hair & makeup goes) can create a strong look on even your busiest day.
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