Take one David Beckham T-shirt.
A handful of sequins.
A length of lace ribbon.
And the stella sewing skills of Bargainista Fashionista.
And what do you get?
Victoria Beckham rocking the Americana trend.
OK, I know that the colours of my abstract US flag are a bit kooky, but there's a good reason why the star is red. You see, this is one of the official Sport Relief T-shirts designed by the Beckhams - and, just like Comic Relief, the key colour is red. The whole Beckham family have created T-shirt designs for Sport Relief 2010 - from Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz getting creative with spray cans to David showing off his football skills.
The T-shirts, made from 100% Fairtrade-certified cotton, start at £9.99 (for adult sizes) from TK Maxx, with at least £5 going to Sport Relief.
So, why is Posh modelling my customised tee? Well, TK Maxx challenged me to create an outfit styled around a Sport Relief T-shirt that incorporated the hottest trends for 2010. Entries get added to TK Maxx's Facebook page, where you can vote for your favourite look. The one that receives the most 'likes' by the end of March is the winner! My entry? Victoria Beckham working this season's double denim look. Please click on this link to vote for me! (Just become a fan of TK Maxx to say you 'like' my picture.)
Sport Relief 2010 cotton T-shirt (customised by Bargainista Fashionista), £9.99, from TK Maxx.
Denim jacket, £24.99, denim shorts, £17.99, and heart tights, £3.99, all by H&M.
Gold-plated Meadowgrass charm bracelet, £285, by Alex Monroe.
Metal belt, £1, from the Special Items range at Marc by Marc Jacobs.
Sequined shoes by Emma Hope (stylist's own, circa a/w 2006).