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Victoria Beckham teams killer orange heels with a backless black top during ‘hard day at the office’

Victoria Beckham looked right at home behind her desk on Thursday in a playful post uploaded to Instagram.

The fashion designer, 47, kicked back at the office, her killer orange heels on display as she rested her legs on the desk.

VB wore a backless black top, teamed with a taupe skirt.

Running her empire! Victoria Beckham looked right at home behind her desk on Thursday in a playful post uploaded to Instagram

She displayed her usual flawless application of natural make-up – no doubt from her own Victoria Beckham Beauty line – and wore her chocolate tresses loosely around her shoulders. 

She gave the camera one of her famous Spice Girls-esque peace signs as she reclined in the office chair. 

‘Hard day at the office!’ she captioned the snap, tagging husband David, adding the hashtag #9to5. 

In another snap she was seen taking part in a live chat with the Financial Times as part of their Luxury Summit campaign.

Summit: In another snap she was seen taking part in a live chat with the Financial Times as part of their Luxury Summit campaign

Summit: In another snap she was seen taking part in a live chat with the Financial Times as part of their Luxury Summit campaign

'9 To 5!' She gave the camera one of her famous Spice Girls-esque peace signs as she reclined in the office chair

‘9 To 5!’ She gave the camera one of her famous Spice Girls-esque peace signs as she reclined in the office chair

In a clip shared by the publication, Victoria – who is prominent across social media – was seen explaining why she uses platforms such as Instagram.

‘It gives my customer the chance to get to know me,’ she told menswear critic Alexander Fury.

This follows the announcement that Victoria is offering a concierge service to prospective customers of her clothing line, which features dresses for £1,700 and jackets for £1,800.

She is stepping up customer service at her label and is giving fans the chance to try on her clothing at home with no obligation to buy.

Prospective buyers can pay £15 for a concierge service and get some of her designer wears sent straight to their house.

Chat: In a clip shared by the publication, Victoria - who is prominent across social media - was seen explaining why she uses platforms such as Instagram. 'It gives my customer the chance to get to know me,' she told menswear critic Alexander Fury

Chat: In a clip shared by the publication, Victoria – who is prominent across social media – was seen explaining why she uses platforms such as Instagram. ‘It gives my customer the chance to get to know me,’ she told menswear critic Alexander Fury

Service: Victoria is offering a concierge service to prospective customers of her clothing line

Service: Victoria is offering a concierge service to prospective customers of her clothing line

A ‘Style Concierge’ will also arrive to guide punters through the designs or they can wait outside while customers try on the designs at their own pace.

To make sure the service is environmentally friendly, Victoria promises that for every delivery that is booked, a tree will be planted.

The former pop starlet announced the service on her website: ‘Created with ease and comfort in mind, you can now try the latest Victoria Beckham pieces at home, before you purchase.

‘The service brings the in-store shopping experience to you.

Concierge: The fashion designer is stepping up customer service at her label and is giving fans the chance to try on her clothing at home with no obligation to buy

Concierge: The fashion designer is stepping up customer service at her label and is giving fans the chance to try on her clothing at home with no obligation to buy

‘Order multiple sizes, styles or take the opportunity to try something a little out of your comfort zone. We’ll then return the pieces you don’t want, and swiftly complete the payment for the pieces you do, all from the comfort of your own home.

‘Simply select the pieces you want to try and they’ll be delivered to via the Concierge Style team in a dedicated van. The service is carbon neutral too and for every appointment booked a tree is planted. 

‘On the day of your appointment, your pieces will arrive with a Style Concierge, via a dedicated van. Each piece will be steamed, hung in a garment bag and transported on a rail.

How it works: A 'Style Concierge' employee will also arrive to guide punters through the designs or they can wait outside while customers try on the designs at their own pace

How it works: A ‘Style Concierge’ employee will also arrive to guide punters through the designs or they can wait outside while customers try on the designs at their own pace

Charge: Prospective buyers can pay £15 for a concierge service and get some of her designer wears sent straight to their house

Charge: Prospective buyers can pay £15 for a concierge service and get some of her designer wears sent straight to their house

‘Your Style Concierge can be on-hand for advice and alterations or wait outside for you to try the pieces at your leisure.

‘Pay for the pieces you’d like to purchase via card reader or a private SMS link and simply hand back any pieces you don’t want to your Style Concierge, who will return them for you.’

The service is only available to Londoners where the brand’s flagship store is based.

Meanwhile: While VB worked, son Cruz, 16, was out performing impressive stunts on his skateboard with pals

Meanwhile: While VB worked, son Cruz, 16, was out performing impressive stunts on his skateboard with pals

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