Victoria Beckham has been mocked for her new designer dresses

Now that’s a dressing down! Victoria Beckham is mocked for new £1,390 slip with a lace print that looks like a ‘nightie with a tomato soup stain’

  • Beckham’s spring summer collection ‘Printed Floor Length Bias Dress’ is £1,390
  • The peach-coloured digital print of a night gown looks like ‘Heinz soup’ or coffee
  • Her high-neck, sleeveless dress design has not gone down well with fashion fans 

Victoria Beckham’s latest designer dress has been mocked for looking as though someone has spilt tomato soup down it.

The ‘Printed Floor Length Bias Dress’, which is part of her Spring Summer 2022 collection, will set you back a whopping £1,390.

But customers haven’t been quick off the mark to hand their hard-earned cash over, as they say the peach printed dress which is printed on the front of the white frock looks like a massive soup stain. 

Another person even compared it to a coffee being dropped down it. 

Victoria Beckham’s latest designer dress, pictured, has been mocked for looking as though someone has spilt tomato soup down it. The ‘Printed Floor Length Bias Dress’, which is part of her Spring Summer 2022 collection, will set you back a whopping £1,390

A third said that Posh’s pricey gown made the wearer look like someone had given them a cuddle after having a bath in baked beans.

Made from 100% lace, with dry clean only instructions on it, it’s a god job nothing has been spilt on the frock. 

Available in sizes four to 10, the description on Victoria’s website reads: ‘The Spring Summer 2022 collection evokes both the relaxed feel of the ’90s.

But customers haven’t been quick off the mark to hand their hard-earned cash over, as they say the peach printed dress which is printed on the front of the white frock looks like a massive soup stain. Another person even compared it to a coffee being dropped down it (pictured)

‘And the uncomplicated elegance of a summer getaway in Europe, as seen in the Printed Floor Length Bias Dress.

‘Featuring a vintage lingerie digital lace print on 100 per cent silk satin that has a strong, glossy shine.

‘It has a subtle split running the length of the centre back, with a straight fit and external bias that faces the neckline and armhole, with a topstitch detail to finish.’

The dress has a high-neck design, featuring curved lining on the collarbones, styled with a simple gold chain.

It features a peach night dress digitally printed on the front which stands out from the stark white colour of the actual dress.

But one fashion fan quipped of the design: ‘Looks like you spilled a tin of Heinz Cream of Tomato soup down the front of your nightie there luv.’

The dress has a high-neck design, featuring curved lining on the collarbones, styled with a simple gold chain. It features a peach night dress digitally printed on the front which stands out from the stark white colour of the actual dress (pictured on the Victoria Beckham website)

Another joked: ‘An ill-timed speed bump with your morning coffee.’

A third said: ‘Or got a hug from one of your kids doing a charity soak in a bath of baked beans.’

Former Spice Girl Victoria, 47, has struggled with her fashion house.

Reports last year suggested the fashion mogul’s label had racked up losses over £46million since its launch in 2008.

Former Spice Girl Victoria, 47, has struggled with her fashion house. Reports last year suggested the fashion mogul’s label had racked up losses over £46million since its launch in 2008 (pictured, the Printed Floor Bias Dress available for £1,390)

She and her ex-footballer husband David, 46, are estimated to be worth £380million.  

This week, the pair have pledged £1million to provide immediate aid to the people of Ukraine. 

The retired footballer, 46, launched an emergency appeal via his 7 Fund for UNICEF to help provide support to children affected in the war-torn country.

And sources close to the couple revealed to MailOnline, David and Victoria have donated £1million of their own money to the charity initiative. 

They are said to have ‘wanted to do everything they could to help UNICEF’ in their work on the ground in Ukraine, according to the source.

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