The Beckham effect isn’t limited to David and Victoria’s style as now (of course, for it was always going to happen!) mini fashionista Harper Beckham is already making an impact with her little lady style. It’s been reported that sales of grey and navy clothing are increasing dramatically as a result of Harper’s pint-sized style and high street brands are racing to keep up with demand.
So if you fancy giving your mini-me a style makeover, step away from the fuchsia and cartoon prints and usher in muted shades of grey. Plain fabrics and minimal prints are the way forward with pretty bow detailing. But team with burgundy and emerald green if you’re both craving a playful splash of colour!
Here’s the Coco Mama pick of the best Harper-esque pieces on the high street for girls, toddlers and babies.
Clockwise from top left: Shift dress with black trim, Zara; Jersey roll neck, Zara; T-shirt with sequinned bands, Zara; Coat with fur collar, Zara; Sequin hat and mittens, M&Co; Long sleeve sweater dress, Petit Bateau; Tights, Tesco; Polka dot cardigan, Tesco; Short sleeve shift dress with crochet neckline, Zara; Short sleeve pleated dress with bow, Zara; Socks, Tesco; Playsuit with bow, Zara; Frill neck cardigan, French Connection; Tailored coat, Zara Shorts with bow belt, Zara.
Baby and toddler
Clockwise from top left: Cardigan with pockets, Zara; Marl sweater dress, Petit Bateau; Cable knit dress with tights, Tesco; Long sleeve bodysuit with collar, Petit Bateau; Ponte roma trousers, Monsoon; Dress with star print and patch, Zara; T-shirt with satin bow, Zara; Three piece dress set, Mamas and Papas; Coat with detachable fur collar, Zara; Bow trim boots, Monsoon; Short sleeve shift dress with lace collar, Zara; Shorts with pleats, Zara; Ribbed turtleneck, Gap; Striped v-neck cardigan, Gap; Frill shoulder top, Gap.