Victoria Beckham’s new high-street line that’s all under £60

And you're going to want to buy it ALL.

Words by Lexxi Davis

Target’s designer collaborations never fail to create a buzz, but their latest season is possibly their best yet. Victoria Beckham has designed a super chic and crazy affordable line that caters for women, girls, toddler and baby.

‘From the outset of my brand, I have always designed clothes that I want to wear, and that’s exactly what I have done here,’ VB said about her collaboration with Target, ‘but this time there are also clothes that my daughter would love to wear, too!’

The womenswear ranges from XS – 3X, so the new collection, which designs are inspired by her own diffusion line -VVB, can really be worn by anyone. The bright and modern styles are classic with a twist – staying true to Victoria Beckham’s signature style. ‘It’s sophisticated and chic and my goal was to create something people would enjoy and remember for years to come,’ Victoria told Vogue.com 

#VBXTarget link in bio X Register on my website.My favorite look from my Target collection #callalilly X VB

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Since launching her own label back in 2008, VB has pretty much only worn her own designs and the ex-Spice Girl has already been spotted wearing some of the new Target range, revealing the calla lilly print shirt and matching wide leg trousers as her favourite outfit. The collection features everything you need for SS17 approved style, from cool matching separates, embroidered sweaters and summer jackets, plus simple dresses that are the perfect pick for your summer wedding guest outfit.

The new line (that is predicted to sell out), is due on 9th April. And although Target is in the US; UK shoppers do not despair! The collection is available to buy online, and can be shipped worldwide. So ready your shopping baskets ladies, because if you’re a fan of VB’s clothing, this is your chance to shop her styles at a FRACTION of the price.

 

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