Victoria Beckham ditched her signature neutral color palette and embraced some vibrant hues while in New York City on October 12.
And as it turns out, some of the threads she was wearing are from her very own line!
Scroll down to see her outfit.
The mom-of-four stopped traffic in a reddish-orange top that featured partial black sleeves and a pair of bright yellow trousers from her own soon-to-be-released collection. Her green Bottega Veneta bag was just as eye-catching, and she finished off her outfit with a pair of sunnies and black stilettos.
The star shared a photo of herself in the same look on Instagram.
"Stepping into a week of @victoriabeckhambeauty #CheekyPosh promo in NYC!" she captioned the post. "Wearing these amazing yellow cords from our #VBPSS22 collection and a sneak peek at our new knitwear collaboration 🤫🤫 (coming soon!)."
"Love this look 💛❤️💚," wrote one fan, while others likened the color-blocking outfit to Winnie the Pooh's appearance. "Winnie the Posh💛❤️💛🍯🐻," quipped a commenter.
The fashion designer was on her way to Good Morning America, where she discussed her new blush, Cheeky Posh.
"For me, a cream blush is the hero in any makeup bag. It can really lift your complexion," she noted. "Even when you're feeling a bit tired, it can really pick you up and give you that glow, and it's fun."
Like the other products in the Victoria Beckham Beauty line, it's made with clean ingredients and also comes in five shades.
"Being inclusive is very important for us at Victoria Beckham," she stated. "And every single shade works on all skin tones."
The Spice Girls alum launched her cosmetics line in 2019.
"I want to take care of women inside and out, providing them with the must-have items in makeup, skincare, fragrance and wellness that I feel I need in my own life," she said of the collection.
"Just like I spend so much time in the fitting room getting to know what my customers want to wear, I’m going to be asking women to tell me which products they want me to develop for them in the beauty and wellness arenas," Beckham shared. "It's important for me to know what they want."