Budding style sensation Harper Beckham wears Uniqlo dress and Birkenstocks for lockdown drawing session

Maisie BovingdonShopping writer
Yahoo Style UK
Harper Beckham nails summer dressing in orange checked dress from Uniqlo - and it's under £15. (Getty Images)
Harper Beckham nails summer dressing in orange checked dress from Uniqlo - and it's under £15. (Getty Images)

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Harper Beckham may only be eight, but she appears to be following in her mother’s sartorial footsteps.

Victoria Beckham shared a photo her daughter getting creative during lockdown, drawing flowers while dressed in a gingham sundress we wish was available for adults.

The fashion designer wrote “we were so fortunate to be able to enjoy the sunshine this Saturday” in the Instagram post, shared with her 28.3m followers over the weekend.

In the image, Harper’s seen wearing an orange check dress from high street favourite Uniqlo - which rings in at under £15.

The strappy dress boasts tiered skirt detail, adjustable straps, as well as a square neckline.

The design ranges in sizes from age 3 to 4 up to 13 years old.

But Harper’s exact dress is selling out fast with only sizes to fit 7-8 and 13 year olds available.

However, the Checked Camisole Dress comes in two other colour ways, including black and lime green.

This is not the first time Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz’s sister has worn the label.

Back in April the youngest member of the Beckham brood wore a blue gingham dress with a matching bandana, while at their Cotswolds home during isolation.

Buy it: Girls Checked Camisole Dress | £14.90 from Uniqlo

A slightly more expensive pair of footwear finished off look: shearling-lined sandals from Birkenstock.

The Arizona Birkenstocks boast a suede top, sheepskin lining and a buckle fastening across the bridge of the foot.

The shoes are available for both children and adults.

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