The Best of Victoria & David Beckham’s Iconic Couple Style

English soccer sensation David Beckham and singer Victoria 'Posh Spice' Adams embrace at the Versace...
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When photographs of David and Victoria Beckham’s wedding hit British newsstands in 1999, the public clamored to get a glimpse of the A-list couple’s ceremony. It makes sense, given their respective careers in sport, music, and fashion. But there’s also a certain something when it comes to Posh and Becks that’s hard to come by in other celebrity couples—a spirit that is no better exemplified by their individual, and often matching, styles.

Even before the were officially married, the Beckhams were showcasing their soon-to-be signature fashion by announcing their engagement in matching turtlenecks. They later went on to stage a wedding for the ages the next year—where snaps of the bride’s Vera Wang gown, which flew across the Atlantic four times, were sold for upwards of one million dollars. After the ceremony, they switched into memorable, purple his-and-hers looks which David has since called “ridiculous.”

Though over two decades have passed since that moment, David and Victoria’s rolodex of public appearances—from the airport terminal to the Met Gala red carpet—have been unrivaled in their coordinating ability. Below, take a look back at Victoria and David Beckham’s best couple’s style moments, from the early aughts until now.

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On their way to the Jacquemus show in Versailles via ferry boat, the Beckhams looked straight out of a Bond scene in coordinated neutral ensembles.

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The Beckhams have made a habit of matching on the red carpet over the years—here, at the 2018 Fashion Awards, they showed up in a navy double-breasted suit and a strappy halter dress.

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At the 2014 Met Gala, the Beckhams went for white forward looks on the red carpet, with Victoria choosing a design from her own label.

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The couple matched, in a Royal way, for the 2011 wedding of Prince William and Princess Kate.

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In a sheer, lace dress and classic tuxedo, Victoria and David made their own respective statements on the Met Gala’s red carpet.

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By 2007, the Beckhams had mastered the art of matching red carpet dressing.

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Posh and Becks put on their black tie best for the 2006 wedding of Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise.

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Down to the chunky waist belts and graphic t-shirt, these 2005 looks were the epitome of mid-aughts style.

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As Victoria went with a corseted black dress, David opted for his usual denim, blazer, and button down combination.

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In 2003, the item looked angelic in all-white ensembles at the MTV Video Music Awards. Truly, it’s a rarity we get VMA couples moments of this caliber anymore.


Though a cross-continent flight may call for something more casual, Victoria (who wore white pumps) matched with her husband in coordinated blazers and denim.

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The couple were rather sophisticated in black looks as David received the Order of the British Empire award from Queen Elizabeth.

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Here, the Beckhams headed to David’s game in black tailoring.

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With their newborn Brooklyn by their side (who got in on the coordinating fun, too), the Beckhams kept up their matching streak with black and light brown looks.

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Even on the Cannes red carpet, the couple pulled out their matching best.

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In a very early aughts move, Victoria’s cut-out pants and low-slung tank meshed perfectly with David’s two-piece suit and white button down.

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Though they looked ready for a night out in sleeveless tops and baggy pants, the Beckhams were actually on their way to meet Prince (now King) Charles in 2000.

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Clearly, the Beckham’s leather collection is rather extensive—here, they wore cropped motorcycle jackets to a 2000 event.

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From the patent leather trench to the zebra boots, there was a lot going on with this 2000 couples look. And that’s what made it so good.

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While they looked primed for the Matrix, the pair were actually attending a 1999 Versace party where they opted for his-and-hers leather looks.

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The newlywed’s night out best consisted of coordinating denim, sequins, and some champagne for good measure.

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Even before they were officially an item, the Beckhams sported matching turtlenecks and black coats for their 1998 engagement announcement.