Check out Posh Spice aka Victoria Beckham's new collection for Target

The line will be available starting April 9.

We can finally take a peek at Target's much anticipated collaboration with Victoria Beckham.

The former Spice Girl is the latest designer to offer a limited-run fashion collection with the retailer. And people have been waiting since last October to see what Posh came up with.

There are over 200 pieces in the Victoria Beckham for Target collection, including dresses, rompers, tops and bottoms for women, with corresponding styles for girls, toddler and baby.

In a press release last fall, Target described the looks as "feminine and functional," featuring soft pastels, bright pops of color, and floral spring prints

Sizes come in XS-3X for women and NB-XL for girls, toddler and baby, and most of the pieces are priced around $20-40.

"Victoria Beckham for Target is inspired by the Victoria, Victoria Beckham line, as well as Beckham’s everyday life and the shared experiences between mother and child," the release says.

Here's a few looks from the women's category:

The collection marks a couple of firsts for Beckham – she's never designed kids' clothing or plus sizes until now, Refinery 29 says.

"With both the (Victoria by Victoria Beckham) line and my daughter turning five, I felt it was the perfect time to extend into a more accessible price point and to celebrate both milestones by opening the range up to include childrens' wear for the first time," Beckham said in the release.

Speaking of kids' clothes, we predict this adorable number will be flying off the shelves:

Target has had big success in the past with limited-run fashion lines from designers such as Lilly Pulitzer and Missoni. Because where else can you score designer duds in the under-$100 price range?

Get your shopping list ready – the line will be available starting April 9, 2017, at all Target stores and online.

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