As a 90’s baby, I was more than excited when I heard about the Victoria Beckham X Target collaboration. I always struggled between being Posh or Sporty spice and I thought this would help me find my true inner spice girl.
After seeing the lookbook I wasn’t sold on it. The models and styling on the site didn’t do it for me.
It wasn’t until I saw Nicolette Mason try on the black and white tulip skirt on her IG story that I was convinced about the collection. I made a huge order and waited patiently for my package to arrive.
And waited, and waited some more.
My package was officially over one month late. I had already seen my friends slay in these outfits. I contacted Target and notified them that my order was late and they re-sent my order.
After waiting over a month to receive my package I tried item after item and nothing seemed to fit me right.
But all of a sudden I saw an orange floral light at the end of the tunnel.
These were the only two items that actually fit me out of my entire $300 purchase. I was wearing both items in a 3X and the fit wasn’t great. The skirt was too big I felt like I was literally hula hooping while walking around in it.
The orange floral print gave me this 70’s/90’s vibes and I went for it.
I added my new favorite sunglasses as the cherry on top.
- The #VBXTARGET collection was pretty for spring and summer.
- I had a really hard time getting consistency within the collection. Certain items that were a 3X were too big and others were too small.
- Keep in mind that the cut of most of the clothes were not made for apple/pear shapes but for people who have a straight figure.
Shop my look:
Top – VB X Target
Skirt- VB X Target
Bag – Christian Siriano X Payless (old) similar here
Boots: N/A similar here
Sunglasses – Ray ban