Victoria Beckham caused a huge reaction from fans after she shared another stunning photo on Instagram.
The fashion designer has been recommending gorgeous pieces from her Pre Spring/Summer 21 collection in recent weeks – but the eye-watering price tags have certainly left fans divided.
Taking to her grid on Monday, Victoria displayed her flawless skin with a beautiful selfie, in which she was wearing her 'Lurex Striped Cardigan in Silver Emerald', £590, which is described on the website as a "nod to the rock and roll icons who inspired it".
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Victoria teamed her cardigan with a pair of 'High-waisted Patch Pocket Jeans in Allover 70s Wash', £390, which feature a "leg-elongating, flared silhouette and vintage wash".
Captioning the snap, Victoria wrote: "Love this striped lurex top paired with 70s inspired denim. Both are from the pre-collection! x vb."
Victoria looked stunning in her 70s-inspired outfit
But some fans questioned why Victoria had to attach such expensive price tags to her clothing.
"Nice top but why does it have to be so expensive. £590 is ridiculous amount people who have lost their jobs don’t get that to live on for a month. Love your clothes though," said one.
Lurex Striped Cardigan in Silver Emerald, £590, Victoria Beckham
Another wrote: "Just had a browse at your website..... the prices are shocking!"
A third added: "Sadly need to win the lottery to be able to buy any of it." Another commented: "Nice top. Wouldn’t spend such an obscene amount on 1 top though. Even if I could afford it."
High-waisted Patch Pocket Jean in Allover 70s Wash, £390, Victoria Beckham
Of course, there were plenty of others who praised Victoria's upcoming collection, with one gushing: "Beautiful! And you always look fantastic." Another added: "This looks fab!"
Victoria's expensive clothing was called into question last month also
It was only last month that Victoria was once again called out for her expensive clothes. After sharing her 'Draped-sleeve Open-back Midi Dress in Navy and Black', which costs £1,190, fans were quick to react.
One commenter replied: "Love the dress Vic, but if you think I'm spending £1K to wear a dress at home with my dog, you are sorely mistaken hun!"
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