Since her iconic fashion statements as “Posh Spice” in the mega-successful 1990s band Spice Girls, Victoria Beckham has forged her way into the upper crest of the fashion industry.
Much like her Spice Girls persona suggests, Beckham made a name for herself through her posh, put-together, and timeless looks.
But as fans and fashionistas gear up for the upcoming spring line of her personal label “Victoria Beckham,” many have noticed she’s embracing recent trends. A more current take on clothing is one thing, but fans feel one of the particular trends she’s not only adopting, but also perpetuating, is, well, not cute.
Of course, they’re referring to the trend of pajamas as chic outerwear — something that’s been picked up by Beckham, supermodels, fashion magazines, and everyone in between:
Beckham introduced her own version this summer:
— Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) June 6, 2017
“Excited to be in New York to preview my [Victoria Beckham] ready-to-wear collection!”
And on Tuesday, the wife of soccer star David Beckham rocked them herself and fashion magazines were loving the look, sharing it all over Twitter:
— Vogue Runway (@VogueRunway) August 30, 2017
— British Vogue (@BritishVogue) August 30, 2017
— ELLE Magazine (US) (@ELLEmagazine) August 30, 2017
Fans, however, feel a tad differently about the sleepwear trend:
Welcome to 2017 where you can go out in public in pajamas and a choker and be considered fashion
— Kaia Mendenhall (@KaiaMendenhall) August 18, 2017
A circus tent? Pajamas? Or an on trend top? We may never know. pic.twitter.com/TVeKnpgjWf
— vic (@femmevicc) July 22, 2017
No, just no. It looks silly.
— twins mom (@tcfannumber1) August 30, 2017
So you're telling me the pajamas in public is a trend?
— Torey Stachowicz (@toreydanae) August 30, 2017
I see this trend of wearing pajamas as regular street clothes is still prevalent. pic.twitter.com/UPJwazfoxA
— DinkyShop (@DinkyShop) July 26, 2017
Although many trendsetters, including the “fashion bible” itself, have taken a liking to the pajamas-as-clothes fad, it appears that the majority of people pray the sleepy look will tire — and soon.