Danielle Lineker In Victoria Beckham – Royal Ascot 2011

Danielle Lineker joined her husband Gary on the opening day of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse in Berkshire, England today.

The WAG/model opted for a Victoria Beckham Spring 2011 dress.

Her blush dense rib jersey v-neck bell dress with grosgrain belt was perfectly coordinated with grey Louboutin’s, but the hat ruins the look for me.

It looks like all her money was spent on the dress and shoes, because her hat looks like it’s from Debenhams.

From the expression on the couple’s faces, it looks like their horse won.

This is great news, hopefully next year Danielle be able to afford a better suited hat.

Last year Danielle also wore Victoria Beckham to the Royal Ascot.

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Runway To Royal Ascot – Danielle Lineker In Victoria Beckham Collection

Danielle Lineker – wife of legendary footballer Gary Lineker – was at Royal Ascot today in Berkshire to enjoy a day at the races.

Even though she’s married to an ex-footballer she’s still considered a WAG.

WAGs have steered clear of wearing Victoria Beckham’s dress collection in public to avoid comparisons, but Danielle becomes the first.

She opted to wear a white Victoria Beckham Spring 2010 dress with a square neckline and subtle padded shoulders.

I’m really glad she opted for this colour because we’ve seen the taupe version on both Janet Jackson and Gwyneth Paltrow already.

Her look could’ve been really boring had she picked the wrong accessories, but thankfully she didn’t.

She opted for grey ombre hat, grey suede Louboutin’s and a grey Alexander McQueen Stingray print clutch.

I adore this look. Everything is so complimentary and effortless for someone who’s still new to being in the limelight.

She looks beautiful and has great style.

UPDATE: Danielle is actually wearing the runway colour. Between the flash and the sunny day her dress appears to be white in this picture.

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Who Wore Twenty8Twelve Better? Alex Curran or Danielle Lineker

WAGs were often criticized for not supporting British designers, but Alex Curran and Danielle Lineker did so by wearing this Twenty8Twelve chiffon shoulder pad playsuit from the Spring 2010 collection.

Alex wore this cute white Twenty8Twelve playsuit when she was spotted leaving the hairdressers in Liverpool last month.

VB-style oversized shades, Lanvin sandals, a House of Harlow 1960 necklace and a Hermes Birkin bag completed her look.

New WAG on the block Danielle Lineker was spotted in London yesterday shopping with her husband Gary Lineker.

She also wore the same playsuit in an olive green colour with large shade and strappy sandals.

It’s funny how they are starting to dress so alike. I wonder if they read Kickette to see what each other is wearing.

I love both looks, but Danielle wins for me.  Her look feels more effortless compared to Alex who’s all too aware that the paparazzi follow her every move.

If I were to buy this playsuit I would definitely go for the olive green version, as I’m guaranteed to spill on the white.

Both versions can be purchased from, Revolve Clothing, Shopbop and

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Who Wore Dolce & Gabbana Better? Blake Lively, Beyonce Knowles or Danielle Lineker

Blake Lively upstaged Rachel McAdams at her “Sherlock Holmes” premiere in New York last year by wearing this sexy Dolce & Gabbana lace bustier dress.

This dress was made for someone like Blake who isn’t afraid to show off her assets.

The same very much applies to Beyonce, who wore the same dress recently to when she performed on stage with Alicia Keys at New York’s Madison Square Gardens.

Whilst Blake opted for glitter gold Louboutin Pigalle’s, Bey wore Giuseppe Zanotti gladiator studded heels.

Danielle Lineker (WAG of football legend Gary Lineker) added some flavour to the “Walkers Campaign Launch” this week wearing the same dress.

She paired her dress with nude Christian Louboutin slingbacks and carried a black clutch.

I think all 3 look absolutely fabulous, but Blake OWNED this look so she wins for me.

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