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YES! Victoria Beckham x Target Lookbook Dropped WITH Plus Sizes!

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When news of a Victoria Beckham and Target collaboration made its way through the fashionista grapevine, I’ll admit it… I was not expecting to see curvy girls represented in the line. I for one am willing to say that I was W-R-O-N-G wrong, and quite frankly, pleasantly surprised that her collection WILL include plus sizes. And by “pleasantly surprised“, I mean OMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMG!!

It looks like Target has heard our call and cry! We have been wanting more plus size fashion included in their designer collaborations and this one has me doing body rolls in my chair.  Joining a roster of Target Designer collaborations that include Missoni, Alexander McQueen, and Prabal Gurung, Victoria had no trepidation about entering into this relationship with Target and we are hyped for this!

Inspired by the upbeat charm of her own Victoria, Victoria Beckham line, she celebrates the shared experiences between herself and her daughter. The result is a look that’s fashionable, yet free-spirited and timeless.

This MASSIVE collection of over 200 styles was a long time coming. “I’ve been having conversations with Target for quite a few years about working with them,” Victoria said about Victoria Beckham for Target. “I started it in 2011 when I was pregnant with Harper.

Launching in stores and on, April 9th, the collection features poplin, peplum, satin and scallops, gingham and green lace and festive florals fitting for spring time. The collection includes apparel and accessories for both women and children, and it marks Victoria’s first foray into designing for children. This makes this collection even more special because both you and your little ones can be fly on the ‘gram with their Victoria Beckham on!

Are you ready to see? Featuring plus model and bae, Candice Huffine, here is the the collection!

First Look: Victoria Beckham x Target


She shared that the inspiration for this collection was fairy tales. Like the stories, she shares with her daughter. Indeed, it was her relationship with daughter Harper that was present on her mind through the creation of the line.

This is celebrating my relationship with my daughter, and I think it’s great that other women can do exactly the same. The inspiration behind this campaign was a world of possibilities–make-believe, imagination, and the unexpected.


And this line is intended to be inclusive, which truly makes the honor ours. “I see this collection being worn by everyone everywhere. It’s fun, it’s functional, and it’s really cool as well. I’m so, so proud of this collection.”


With cap-sleeve dresses, patterned bomber jackets, applique tops and more, the collection reflects the essence of the upcoming season, and has us more than excited for the slow, but sure sings of spring. I already have a few favorites and cannot wait to shop this collection.

You can see the full 200-piece Victoria Beckham for Target collection at

While there are only a few short weeks left before we will get the opportunity to snatch up our plus size faves from the collection, you can browse a few highlights from the line, watch an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the collaboration process on Target, now.

Will YOU be shopping the Victoria Beckham for Target collection next month? Which of the pieces from this line are your favorites? Tell us ALL about it in the comments!

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Written by Audrey Canady

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  1. I went on the Target site and ended up loving most of it. I think the orange jumper, culotte and one shoulder top and all of the floral pieces have to be in my wardrobe. However I dread the usual crush to get the plus size pieces that target makes us go through for the collabs.

  2. Apparently, I really do need to lose weight. Even in this new age of making clothes available to all sizes, many times they only go up to a 24/3X. Sadly, I am a 26/28, and often cannot participate in the fun clothing out there. I hope that one day it will all go up to 4X.

  3. While I’ve been unimpressed by some of their latest collaborations, this line looks cute! I’ll be doing the target scavenger hunt for some pieces! #markscaledar

  4. Not excited at all! Not because the designs aren’t pretty, but I’ve been excited about a collaboration and go to my Target and the items aren’t in store and/or not available online, either.

  5. The good news is that there are three whole pairs of pants (counting the black and fuchsia as seaprate items). The bad news is that, once they’re hemmed, the flare will be gone. I suppose I could wear the black dress with the white collar to cosplay as Wednesday Addams at Comic Con.

  6. Very basic pieces that are poorly fitted on the models. Also looks like too much altering would be necessary as well as accessorizing the pieces because they don’t appear to be able to just wear off the rack.

  7. I ate my words a little and grabbed the collared dress with the little bunny heads on it and the drop waist calla lily dress. If they don’t fit, I’ll be so sad! But the stores around me didn’t have the plus sizes 🙁

  8. Already did my shopping and the orange one-shoulder is at home with me now. I also bought the blush jacquard shift and the black calla lily shift. Tried on the blush jacquard shorts and the fit was odd to me. A bit tight at 18 but too big at 20.

  9. PSA to all fat girls everywhere: Avoid the Target Style celeb collab with Victoria Beckham at all cost. (Unless you like looking like you are just wearing a very short box on your torso. Ugh!) I tried four of the most ill fitting things ever. So back to Target they go!

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