7 Victoria Beckham Jean Outfits That Always Work

Victoria Beckham manages to look instantly posh (get it?) and cool all day, every day. It doesn’t matter where she is or what she’s doing—she just gets it. While VB is often seen in more dressed-up outfits featuring suiting, tailored separates, and so on, she’s also a pro in the casual department.

In fact, we recently went over all the times Beckham made a classic white T-shirt look like a million bucks. And in the same vein, we thought we’d take a deeper dive into how she wears jeans. To showcase her styling talent, we’ve gathered seven VB denim ensembles we’ll be adding into our weekly outfit rotations. Keep scrolling to see how to wear jeans like Beckham; then shop our favorites.

Victoria Beckham Jean Outfits: White Tee and Blazer

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An oversize blazer, slouchy tee, and colored pumps elevate wide-leg jeans.

Victoria Beckham Jean Outfits: Oversized Turtleneck Sweater

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Tucking a turtleneck sweater into light-wash jeans feels unexpected and fresh. Add low booties for an extra punch of cool.

Victoria Beckham Jean Outfits: White T-Shirt and Orange Pumps

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There’s nothing basic about this white tee–and-jeans look. The key here is to pay attention to the fit and accessories. Hint: Slouchier silhouettes are more ideal with statement heels.

Victoria Beckham Jean Outfits: Denim Jacket

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Into the denim-on-denim look? Embrace it like Beckham for a streamlined and modern vibe.

Victoria Beckham Jean Outfits: Camo T-Shirt

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Amp up your off-duty look by tucking a camo tee into straight-leg jeans. Add dainty sandals for a nice balance.

Victoria Beckham Jean Outfits: Skinny Jeans and Turtleneck

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Beckham proves that skinny jeans are still very much in—especially when worn with a turtleneck and ankle boots.

Victoria Beckham Jean Outfits: Graphic T-Shirt and Nude Pumps

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Yet another reminder that the tucked-in T-shirt look always works—even with a graphic iteration.

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