Angelica Florio
Updated Mar 13, 2017 @ 1:46 pm
Celebrity Sightings in New York City - September 13, 2016
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Here’s one woman who can make literally anything look good. This weekend, pop-star-turned-fashion maven Victoria Beckham was spotted in Paris wearing a calf-length skirt, and she looked positively flawless.

The designer’s skirt was a cross between a ballerina skirt and one of 2017’s hottest trends, a pleated skirt, and Bekham made it look phenomenally cool, despite the fact that its length could easily look frumpy.

Remember in high school when you’d have an overnight growth spurt and suddenly your ankle-high skirts were calf-high? Yeah this isn’t like that.

Beckham paired the pink, pleated skirt with a classic button-up white shirt, masterfully achieving the perfect feminine/masculine balance. And, as it turns out, we might be seeing a lot more of Beckham in calf-length skirts, since they’re a large part of her fall 2017 collection.

Beckham’s combination of business up top, ballerina below is also a look we can expect to see more often, since this isn’t the first time the designer has paired a skirt and shirt in this way.

And if you’re wondering how you can replicate Beckham’s super-chic pleated-ballerina look, here are some affordable fashions that will make you look crazy posh:

This ASOS skirt is almost the exact same as Beckham’s.


And it only costs $58! You will be singing the lyrics to “Wannabe” as soon as you slip this one on.

This skirt by Y.A.S. will make you say YAS!


For the small price of $73, you can basically become Victoria Beckham.

You will be a posh princess in this H&M skirt that’s a bargain.


Only pay $15 and the paps will be on the street mistaking you for Ms. B.

If pink isn’t your thing, try Topshop’s metallic version.


Available in petite, regular, and tall, this $65 skirt is bound to make you feel like a ’90s pop-star/fashion-icon.

If one thing’s for sure, you won’t be asking if your skirt is too short! And to answer your question, Posh, your dresses are always perfect.