Victoria Beckham insists she and her husband would never coordinate their outfits again, though she thinks it was ''fine'' when they used to.
Victoria Beckham insists she and her husband would never coordinate their outfits again.
The former Spice Girls star is selling over 600 items from her wardrobe in aid of mothers2mothers and she enjoyed reliving some happy memories going back through her closet, though she admits some of her sartorial choices - such as in the earlier years of her relationship with her spouse - won't be repeated.
She said: ''It brought back a lot of happy memories, like the dress I wore years ago to the MTV awards, which was especially created for me by Dolce & Gabbana.
''This was when David and I were coordinated because that's what we did in those days. We wouldn't do it now, but it was fine at the time.
''The event was so fun - it was in Los Angeles and I remember getting dressed and how special I felt when I put on the dress.''
Victoria knows she has been extremely fortunate and insists she never takes any of her experiences for granted, so she hopes other people have as much fun in her clothes as she did.
She added to Britain's HELLO! magazine: ''I don't take any of this for granted at all. I enjoy every single moment.
''I've been so lucky to experience the things I've experienced and to meet the people I've met and I want to share that with people.
''And I hope these outfits will have more fun outings on somebody else.''
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