We're obsessed with how chic Victoria Beckham looks in her off-duty sweatshirt and jeans look

We plan to make Victoria Beckham's casual jeans and sweatshirt outfit our new autumn uniform...

Victoria Beckham's jeans and sweatshirt
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We are fully blown away by how chic and comfy Victoria Beckham looks in this jeans and sweatshirt outfit and naturally, we plan to recreate it as a matter of urgency.

If you've tuned into Netflix's Beckham documentary, you no doubt walked away from the series with a heart warmed with nostalgia for the '90s and a head full of fashion inspiration from none other than pop star-turned-fashion designer, Victoria Beckham.

Really, how could you not when Posh Spice herself debuted a number of stylish ensembles throughout the episodes? One in particular though, really piqued our interest as Victoria managed to make a staple pair of her best jeans and a casual jumper look infinitely chic. 

David and Victoria Beckham pictured in their kitchen for Netflix's 'Beckham' documentary - Victoria wears blue jeans and a grey sweatshirt

(Image credit: Netflix)

While we're already clued in on Victoria's favourite perfume - and the eyeliner behind her signature smokey eye, for that matter - we're now taking styling notes from the former singer when it comes to casual but elevated dressing.

The look in question, which will now influence our next capsule wardrobe buys, made an appearance during episode four, titled "What Makes David Run". The scene saw Victoria join her husband, David Beckham in their kitchen with the former wearing a classic pair of light blue jeans, with an oversized grey sweatshirt tucked in.

Accessory-wise, Victoria kept things minimal again, wearing one of her many engagement rings (Victoria's engagement ring collection is everything) and a luxe, silver watch.

David and Victoria Beckham pictured in their kitchen for Netflix's 'Beckham' documentary - Victoria wears blue jeans and a grey sweatshirt

(Image credit: Netflix)

The outfit is simple but proves once again that you just can't go wrong with timeless basics. A flattering pair of blue jeans and a basic grey sweatshirt will never go out of style and are thankfully, very easy to shop, all year round.

It's the perfect, everyday look and is especially ideal for this time of year, as it can be easily layered underneath a coat or jacket - take a trench coat or even a stylish camel coat, both of which are autumn/winter fashion trends.

You can also easily adapt this look for more of a smart/casual setting, with boots or heels and the addition of a handbag and more jewellery. 

Of course, this wasn't the only chic outfit we saw Victoria wear during the docu-series. The fashion and beauty brand founder was also filmed wearing a breezy white shirt and mid-blue jeans, a black, cosy hoodie and leggings look and at one point, a casual grey t-shirt with again, another pair of super high-waisted denim trousers

Each outfit featured what we would call 'Quiet Luxury' basics, so if you're ever in need of further styling inspiration, Beckham might indeed be worth a re-watch!

Naomi Jamieson
Beauty Writer

Naomi is a Beauty Writer from Woman&Home, where she covers everything from skincare to beauty trends, as well as reviewing products and sharing her personal shopping recommendations. She specialises in feature and e-commerce writing and has previously worked as a Lifestyle News Writer for My Imperfect Life magazine, where she used her savvy for TikTok trends to bring readers the latest beauty buzzwords, fashion movements and must-have products. During her time on this title, she also reviewed beauty and skincare products and was commissioned to design some illustrations for one of the team's relationship features.

Before that, Naomi also worked across both GoodTo and My Imperfect Life, whilst training for her Gold Standard diploma in Journalism with the NCTJ, for which she earned a Distinction. Interestingly though, Naomi actually has a background in design, having studied illustration at Plymouth University but leapt into the media world in 2021, after always having a passion for writing.

Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on the best perfumes and must-have beauty buys, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.