Victoria Beckham releases 'little luxuries' gift guide – but only one item is below £100

Francesca SpecterYahoo Style UK deputy editor
Victoria Beckham's 'little luxuries' gift guide begins at £95. [Photo: Getty/Victoria Beckham]
Victoria Beckham's 'little luxuries' gift guide begins at £95. [Photo: Getty/Victoria Beckham]


Yahoo is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.

Scroll to continue with content
Ad

Victoria Beckham has shared a Christmas gift guide pegged as “little luxuries”.

The 45-year-old former ‘Spice Girls’ singer turned entrepreneur has listed a number of items as part of a new festive gift guide on her website. The gift guide is available to browse here.

But those looking for affordable stocking fillers may be left disappointed, with only a single item on the list – which is priced at £500 and under – falling under the £100 mark – a £95 slogan T-shirt.

Other items on the list include a £165 mini keyring, a £220 lighter and a £795 drawstring bag.

READ MORE: David and Victoria Beckham's relationship timeline in pictures

The 36 Dover St Drawstring Bag costs £795. [Photo: Victoria Beckham]
The 36 Dover St Drawstring Bag costs £795. [Photo: Victoria Beckham]

Buy it: 36 Dover St Drawstring Bag | £795

While the selection was described as “little luxuries under £500” to her subscribers, Beckham has shortened this to simply “polished presents” on her main website.

There is also a number of jewellery items, including a delicate gold whistle necklace priced at £255 featuring the distinctive VB logo.

And while the range may price out a number of would-be customers, it’s certainly got its fans – with some items already sold out such as a leather pocket clutch priced at £350.

The Flats T-shirt costs £95. [Photo: Victoria Beckham]
The Flats T-shirt costs £95. [Photo: Victoria Beckham]

Buy it: Flats Tee | £95

The most affordable item in the range, the £95 T-shirt, comes in black and white variants. The white T-shirts bear the slogans “I can’t concentrate in flats” and “Style icon”, while the black version simply has Victoria written around the neck.

READ MORE: Victoria Beckham says she would 'never say never' to cosmetic surgery

Beckham’s retail offering has gone from strength to strength since the launch of her eponymous fashion label in 2008. In 2011, Victoria Beckham won Designer Brand of the Year at the British Fashion Awards, and the designs have since been worn by everyone from the Duchess of Sussex to Kim Kardashian.

In 2019, she launched her first beauty brand named “Victoria Beckham Beauty”.

What to Read Next

Back