Sidewalk Style – Victoria Beckham In Roland Mouret

Victoria Beckham spent Valentine’s Day hitting Miu Miu and Prada in Manhattan.

Forgoing her usual head-to-toe black, the designer wore a Roland Mouret ‘Galaxy’ dress which we first saw during the French designers’ Fall 2005 presentation.

Victoria’s Prince of Wales check dress was teamed with a maroon cardigan, which was accented using a black-wrap leather belt from her Fall 2012 collection.

I adore this look, sans the nude Christian Louboutin platforms. The cardi and her matching self-designed croc clutch perfect the look for me.

Whilst it’s possible that VB has had this dress since 2005, Roland Mouret has reissued the ‘Galaxy’ dress in black, burnt orange and VB’s Prince of Wales check.

You can purchase the celebrity favourite dress from

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22 thoughts on “Sidewalk Style – Victoria Beckham In Roland Mouret

    1. Rebecca Z

      Agree. I am also hoping the platform shoe thing will die off. Some one else suggested a mustard shoe–great idea!

  1. J

    I don’t usually comment on her, I like most of what she wears and how she styles her looks (not since the beginning, let’s pretend that Posh Spice person was somebody else), but i’m never too excited about what she wears. This I adore. I don’t mind the nude shoe, had it been maroon it might have felt too matchy matchy. Perhaps mustard. Anyway, I love this. She looks approachable, stylish, polished. Lovely.

  2. MEME

    You know somethin’ in me knew that dress was from her line…. even though it always resembles Roland Mouret…

  3. Luci

    agree with you on the shoes… im silently wishing the huge platform trend disapears
    love the rest of the outfit + her collection!

  4. elle24

    VB is now one of my style icons… Who’d have thought it, back in the day? Like the rest of the world, I thought that her fashion line was just a vanity project at first. But I really do respect what she does, and how true she is to herself and her own vision. This is a splendid look, which I will aim to emulate (sans nude heels).


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