Victoria Beckham X Target Collaboration

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If you haven’t heard already, Target has collaborated with Victoria Beckham for a collection of women’s and children’s clothing line.  Just watching the commercial featuring “Spice Up Your Life” song gets us excited! This is not Target’s first collaboration with a major designer, but it is definitely one of the most exciting. Launching on April 9th in store and online, the Victoria Beckham collection is already getting tons of praise.

The Beckham/Target collection celebrates the bond between a mother and daughter.  The collection features many mother and daughter matching sets along with cohesive styles.  This limited line will easily upgrade your spring looks this season.  Along with matching sets, there are flattering a-line and peplum silhouettes added to give any women the perfect shape.  Best of all, the women’s clothing will range from size XS-3X, to cater to more body types!

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The success of designer collaborations has been seen all over from Balmain x H&M to Tommy Hilfiger x Gigi Hadid. It’s no wonder that Target in the last few years has stepped up their game and continues to give us amazing collabs at great prices.  The company has collaborated with popular designers such as Lilly Pulitzer, Adam Lippes, Philip Lim, and more.  Last year, the Lilly Pulitzer collection sold out as soon as it hit the stores.  We can probably expect the same for Victoria Beckham’s collection.

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If you are planning to getting your hands on a piece of this collection we suggest checking what styles your local Target will have.  Getting there early on April 9th is key!  For those of you who are online shoppers, the collection will be online that day, be sure to like you favorite items on your Target account for quick access.  Check out all the whole collection here and don’t miss out on this collaboration! #vbxtarget

 Yours in Style,

Lauren Cecchi New York Team


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