Fortunately, there is a way to purchase the goods – if you’re willing to pay four times the original price, that is.
Hours after the budget range went live on the official website, items started appearing on resale sites such as eBay and Depop.
However, rather than sticking to the cheaper prices Victoria was aiming for, the costs have been ramped up – and they’ll probably make your eyes water.
An orange one shoulder dress with bow and scallop trim originally retailed at £40, before going out of stock.
The same item has now popped up on eBay for £95 – over twice the price – and on Depop for £150, which is nearly four times the original cost.
Similarly, a twill ruffle hem dress which sold on the official site at £35 is now on eBay for £85 – meaning that those who want the item will be shelling out more than twice what the original buyer got it for.
Other items on reselling sites include a stain embellished bomber jacket, which was a more expensive item on the site.
Originally selling for £70, it’s now being flogged online for £200.
A bunny collar dress is selling for £100, rather than the original cost of £35.
Victoria Beckham’s new collection was designed to appeal to a wider range of women.
She told Look magazine: ‘I want to design for women no matter their budget, age or size.
‘I want to empower women and girls, and make them feel like the best versions of themselves. The fact that I can offer plus size too is really exciting.’
Well, at least we can still grab some Victoria Beckham clothes – it just looks like we’ll be bankrupting ourselves in the process, after all.