VB x Target: How to Get What You Want, What You Really, Really Want
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VB x Target: How to Get What You Want, What You Really, Really Want

The time is upon us. After months of waiting, Victoria Beckham’s Target collection is finally hitting store shelves (both literally and virtually) come Sunday, April 9. As with most of the bullseye’s collaborations, we’re expecting mayhem and madness (of the best, most fashionable variety). To help navigate those well-priced waters, find the answers to your most burning Beckham collection questions below.

When will I be able to shop? Shoppers, on your mark. Get set. Go… depending on where you are. Stores will open at their regular times, and we wouldn’t be surprised if there were queues waiting. If you prefer to shop from the comfort of your home, prepare to hit refresh a lot. While Target won’t release a specific hour for the debut, they did tell us it will be available “in the early morning hours.”

How do I know VB x Target will be at my store? Because the pieces will be at every store, silly. Target confirms that all stores and Target.com will have the collection April 9 through April 30. “In addition, select pieces will be available for global shoppers internationally via VictoriaBeckham.com,” a rep for Target tells Brit + Co.

If I order online, how long will I have to wait? Factor in at least five business days for standard shipping if you place an order online. This timing is key if you want to scout your local store for returns. Consider heading there a week to two weeks after this Sunday to scoop up any finds.

How can I make sure I get what I want, what I really, really want? (See what we did there?) Target already has the product pages for the collection, so if you know you want, say, the Black and White Mod Shift Tulip Dress ($40), bookmark that page and hit refresh until you can buy.

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(Featured photo via Target)