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Victoria Beckham's Target collection will include kids' clothes

We've all dreamed of owning a Victoria Beckham design, but we don't all have the budget for a designer wardrobe.

But now, Beckham will turn that dream into a reality with the launch of VB x Target, a limited collection of apparel and accessories for women, girls, toddlers and babies.

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"For a while now, I have been thinking how great it would be to work on clothes for a customer that either doesn’t want to pay or can’t pay designer prices," Beckham told A Bullseye View, Target's corporate website. "I loved the idea of opening the brand up to a wider audience and being able to share my vision with a broader customer base."

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The collection, which launches April 9, will feature more than 200 dresses, rompers, tops and bottoms in a variety of colors, prints and patterns.

The cutest part? The women's line will correspond with the kids' clothes, making it simple to coordinate adorable mommy-and-me looks.

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The pop star-turned-designer and mother of four told InStyle magazine that this launch will give shoppers a glimpse into her relationship with her own 5-year-old daughter, Harper.

"This is fun, easy, cute, all of those things," Beckham told the magazine of her designs. "Very honest. Very me.”

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To show off the new looks, the InStyle editorial feature includes five mini models donning the styles. They even got to interview Beckham in a sweet video.

Sizes for girls will range from NB-XL while the women's line will include sizes XS-3X with extended sizes available in stores and online. This will mark the first time that Target offers plus-size items in stores as well as online for a designer collaboration; an issue they've faced backlash for in the past.

Prices can range between $6-$70 with most items costing less than $40, according to A Bullseye View.

Here's a sneak peek into some of our favorite looks from the collection:

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From left: Orange One-Shoulder Dress, $40, White Scallop-Sleeve Top, $28, Black and White Midi Skirt, $35.
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Yellow Cloque Ruffle Dress, $28.
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Light Blue Gingham Top and Pant Set, $20.
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(From left) Mint Green Long Sleeve Dress, $40, Blush Ruffle Strap Applique Dress, $20.

The line is divided into five different collections: Circus Scallops, Pressed English Flowers, English Lace, Clever Bunny and Pop Floral. Previews of all of the pieces are up on Target's website.

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While you'll have to wait until the end of April to see the VB x Target collection on the racks, you may want to move fast once it's released. This one is likely to sell out fast.

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The April issue of InStyle magazine, featuring Beckham and her collection, will be on sale March 17.

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