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Victoria Beckham Quotes

Victoria Caroline Beckham

Victoria Beckham quotes: about pop, passion, fashion, work ethic, fame, family, and more.

“If you can get your head around your dream it means your dream isn’t big enough.”

“I believe you can achieve anything if you work hard enough to get it.”

“There’s nothing wrong with constructive criticism, and I learn from that and better myself.”

“I can live with my own mistakes.  I can’t live with anybody else’s.”

“And while everybody was busy laughing, what was I doing?  I was laying the foundation to what I have in place now.”

“Fashion has always been my passion – it’s what I’ve always wanted to do, but there was a little detour because I was in a pop group, but it was the fashion that excited me.  I felt like I had a point of view.  And I love women and I want to make women feel like the best version of themselves.  I always say it started with girl power, and now, it’s about empowering women through fashion in a different way.”

“I suppose I was quite naïve.  I didn’t know very much about the industry, and I was very aware that people would have preconceptions and that was okay.  I put my head down, I worked hard, and I surrounded myself with the right team and people, and just stayed focused.  It was about me creating clothes that I wanted to wear.”

“I think the sexiest thing about a woman is confidence, but confidence in a humble way, not in an arrogant way.  Sense of humor is definitely important.”

“I’m very focused on what I do professionally, and I’m very focused on my family, and I don’t really get too stressed out about what people say or what other people think.  In fact, it’s not on my radar at all.  If there’s anything negative, I don’t want to know about it.  I just do my own thing and get on with my life.”

“I want a big house with a moat and dragons and a fort to keep people out.”

“I’m not a supermodel.  I make the best of what I’ve got.”

“I take care of myself.  I work out every day.  I eat healthy.  But I like to have fun too.”

“I’m my worst critic.  I’m hard on myself.  I’m very, very serious about what I do and I want to grow significantly.  I’d love to do children’s wear at some point, I’d love to do menswear.  There are so many things.  I love to dream big, be optimistic, positive, and see what happens – when the time is right.”

“I don’t follow fashion and I don’t follow trends, I just follow my instincts.”

“I may make it look easy, but the reason I wear sunglasses all the time: hiding a multitude of sins because let me tell you, I’m up late at night with those children.  There’s always one and he’s always up at night.”

“I appreciate that young girls look up to me.  And I take that very seriously.”

“I love fashion, and I love changing my style, my hair, my makeup, and everything I’ve done in the past has made me what I am now.  Not everyone is going to like what I do, but I look back at everything, and it makes me smile.”

“I don’t believe anyone who says they don’t care what people say about them.  Of course they bloody well do.”

“I’ll admit it: I’m a control freak.  I am.  If I’m going to do something, I’m going to do it 110% or there’s no point in doing it at all, especially if the work takes me away from time with my husband and children.”

“I want my kids to have a good work ethic.  I believe you can achieve anything if you work hard enough to get it.”

“Girls are so different from boys.  My advice to Harper: it’s not about the prettiest girl in the class, not even the smartest girl, but who is the kindest girl – a girl who is kind to other children, who works really hard and wants to do her best.  It’s important that women support each other, to stick together.  Nothing sickens me more when women are mean to another woman.  It’s about making all the children kind – to be good people, to treat other people the way they want to be treated themselves.  It’s the fundamental basics.”

“What’s David’s role?  David looks good, that’s what David does.  David looks good, and I’m the funny one, that’s what I hear constantly.  But I keep telling him that looks fade.”

“I like a man who can be a real friend, has a good sense of humor, a good pair of shoes and a healthy Gold Card.”

“I’ve been to parties in L.A. that are mind-blowing.  I mean, quite literally mind-blowing.  People get cellphones in the party bag, that sort of thing.  Fabulous, fabulous parties.”

“I like to make the best of what I have.  I’m not a supermodel, clearly.  I’m not a makeup artist.  I’m a real woman.”

“I used to wear clothes which would make me stand out and now I don’t so much because I don’t feel I have anything to prove.”

“I’ve always been a worker.  I’ve never expected be given anything.”

“Nothing ever came naturally to me, I was never the cleverest, never the best at anything.  I got there in the end because I did believe that if you work hard enough, then you can achieve a lot.  But we always tell our children that if you work hard and believe in yourself, you can do what you want.”

“I don’t have to work; I need to work.”

“If I set my mind to something, I do it.  My biggest wish for all of us is that we are happy, successful… and that we stay true to ourselves.”

“I’m very realistic.  I know my boundaries – I know what I’m good at and what I’m not good at.”

“I love what I do professionally, I’m really blessed.  But my priority is my husband and my children.”

“I’ve been in the public eye for about 15 or 16 years and I’m very aware that fame is not a given.  I have to maintain it.  It’s not just something that will always be there.”

“If you have a surreal life like I do, you’ve got to have fun along the way.”

“I used to feel famous, but now I feel successful.”

“I’m very lucky to have a job that I love.”

“I’m still me even after all that’s happened.”

“I go into hair and makeup, and I turn into Victoria Beckham.”

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