Victoria Beckham showed off her sense of style as she donned a skintight green bodysuit for a series of snaps she shared on Tuesday.
The fashion designer, 48, caught the eye in a long-sleeved turtleneck top that gave way to fitted leggings that showed off her lithe figure.
The former Spice Girls star added height to her frame with a pair of matching heels as she showcased some of the handbags from her fashion line.
Looking good: Victoria Beckham showed off her sense of style as she donned a skintight green bodysuit for a series of snaps she shared on Tuesday
Letting her brunette locks fall over her shoulders, Victoria accentuated her natural beauty with a light palette of makeup.
One of the bags the star showed off was lime green to match her outfit while another was bright fuchsia and a third was silver.
Alongside the post, she wrote, “My new MUST-HAVE bag for the holiday season!”
“The fun sized mini chain clutch is super practical and tactile, and I love styling the candy shades.”
Style: The fashion designer, 48, caught the eye in a long-sleeved turtleneck top that gave way to fitted leggings that showed off her lithe figure
It comes after Victoria’s flagship store in London failed to queue on the biggest day on the shopping calendar.
Photos taken at 10am on Black Friday, November 25, show no one waiting to enter the Dover Street store as it opened on the busiest shopping day of the year.
Despite the cost of living concerns, Barclaycard Payments, which processes £1 out of every £3 spent in the UK, said payment volumes remained constant on Friday compared to the same period of Black Friday 2021.
High street stores such as Primark saw huge queues while upscale Mayfair – where the Victoria store is based – didn’t appear to have the same scenes.
Victoria’s social media also encourages her customers to shop online rather than in person.
Earlier this year it emerged Victoria’s high-end clothing company was in debt for £53.9million.
Black Friday: It comes after Victoria’s flagship store in London failed to queue on the biggest day on the shopping calendar (pictured October 2022)
The star launched her fashion label in 2008 with a small collection of dresses. It quickly grew into an extensive line that now includes handbags, coats, shoes and accessories.
But now the brand faces an uncertain future as a spokeswoman for Victoria has confirmed her fashion label’s figures with The Mirror.
A report said: “Total Victoria Beckham Holdings Group revenue fell 6% to £36.1m (2019 – £38.3m) due to the effects of the global pandemic.
“This group reacted quickly to the effects of the pandemic and controlled its cash and expenses, which led to a significant reduction in its operating losses of 57%, thanks to cost savings throughout the company. business and recalibrating its business model to make it sustainable for the longer term.
“Victoria Beckham Beauty continues to expand its portfolio with a number of successful product launches this year featuring best-in-class clean luxury beauty and skincare.”
No customers: Photos taken at 10am on Black Friday, November 25, show no one waiting to enter the Dover Street store as it opened on the busiest shopping day of the year
Despite the big losses, Beckham’s global empire reportedly doubled its profits. Annual accounts filed with Companies House in London showed the pair earned £11.6m in the year ending December 2020 despite the pandemic – up from £4.5m in 2019.
In accounts submitted in 2021, auditors warned of ‘significant doubt’ over the Victoria fashion company’s ability to continue operating when it was reported the company had racked up debt of more than £46m since launch.
The star’s friends said at the time that she was determined to continue with her business even though her critics dismissed it as a vanity project.
One said: “It’s what gives Victoria her identity, she loves it and despite her obvious obstacles she is a grafter and extremely passionate about it.”
In February 2021, it emerged that Ms Beckham’s beauty range which she created in 2019 had suffered a loss of £4.7million.
A spokeswoman for Ms Beckham said: ‘While 2019 was a difficult year, the business halved its losses – a significant step on the road to profitability. The launch of the wildly successful beauty line in the same year helped drive overall sales up 7% over 2018 and both businesses are focused on profitable growth.
“The showcase of the recent AW21 fashion collection was well received by fashion critics and the beauty industry has seen several products sold out in recent months.”
MailOnline then contacted representatives for Victoria for comment.
Busy: Despite cost of living concerns, Barclaycard Payments, which processes £1 out of every £3 spent in the UK, said payment volumes on Friday remained constant compared to the same period of Black Friday 2021