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Victoria Beckham is selling her wardrobe for charity

Victoria Beckham will be selling over 600 pieces from her wardrobe on The Outnet to raise funds for mothers2mothers

By Emma Chong Johnston | Published: 20 Aug 2014

Video: The Outnet

[Updated August 20 2014] The sale goes live today!

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For the millions of us who missed out on the Beckhams' big charity clearout last November, there is still a chance. Victoria Beckham has chosen over 600 pieces from her personal wardrobe to sell at The Outnet. All of the proceeds will be going to mothers2mothers, a charity organisation that is working to help mothers and children infected with HIV in Africa.

It's a carboot sale like no other, boasting a whole load of designer names and one-off pieces Victoria says were made especially for her. "People ask me, 'Aren't you keeping any of these pieces for Harper?'" Victoria said. "I'm keeping a few pieces, but for me it was more important to raise the money for this charity. As a woman, we have a responsibility to really help and support other women."

The sale goes live on The Outnet on August 20, but you can register now for a chance to shop. The Outnet has released a few sneak peeks of the sale – a slashed-to-the-navel yellow Roberto Cavalli gown that Victoria wore at a World Cup party in 2006 will be going into the bargain bin, as will an Alexander McQueen sheath with exaggerated shoulders. No word on what the prices will be like yet, but when the money goes to a worthy cause, we're sure more than a few Posh fans will be willing to pay big. Prepare your bandwidth, it's going to get messy.

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