Victoria Beckham Donates 600+ Clothing Items for Charity, from Her Spice Girl Days and Beyond

08/05/2014 at 10:51 AM ET

Last November, Victoria Beckham gave away a mountain of luxe designer shoes to raise funds to help victims of the catastrophic Typhoon Haiyan. Now, the designer is going back into her closet for another good cause — and this time, she’s digging deep into the Posh fashion archives for a huge sale that any of her fans can shop.

Victoria Beckham donating clothes to charity, 2003 MTV Movie AwardsDave Hogan/Getty

Posh is teaming up with The Outnet to sell more than 600 pieces from her personal wardrobe, with all the proceeds going to benefit Mothers2mothers, a charity that aids mothers living with HIV. On the list? The fluorescent yellow Roberto Cavalli dress she wore to a 2006 World Cup party, a Mandate of Heaven tutu minidress worn for the book That Extra Half an Inch and the Dolce & Gabbana dress she wore to the 2003 VMAs (pictured above), which will be part of a reverse auction, where the asking price will be reduced every five minutes until someone snaps it up.

“I laughed a lot when we were going through my wardrobe, as the pieces hold so many happy memories for me, David and the children,” Beckham said in a statement. “A lot of the clothes have been specially designed for me by the most talented designers, and I’ve loved wearing them, however I feel it’s someone else’s turn to enjoy them.”

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Want to get your hands on the glamorous pieces the star wore when hitting the red carpet with now-husband David Beckham back in the early aughts? Or perhaps you want to “shake it to the left” in some of those famous Posh Spice minidresses? The clothes will hit the Outnet on Aug. 20 for a five-day sale.

What do you hope Posh is giving away? Any favorite fashion moments on your wish list?

–Brittany Talarico

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Hotgal on

Lawdy! I would love to get my hands on a few outfits and shoes of hers as you know it’s good stuff.

ann on

Love her n all she does. Class act

No thanks on

That’s nice and thoughtful of her but she doesn’t have the best taste. Sorry. I know she dresses better now but it sounds like she getting rid of the ugly old stuff.

bitsy on

Good for her. Wish more celebs would follow her example!

Tracy on

While I think giving them to charity is great 600 plus outfits, that’s a sad statement on how materialistic she is. I’m sure her wardrobe is still chuck full. Shallow.

Katie on

Tracy I thought that too but then remembered they get a lot of free things to keep since designers see it as free advertising. I’m sure she does buy a lot but I’m sure many things were donated.

peoplefan on

I dont know very many people her size……..just sayin’

Tommie on

Isn’t she a size 0? Who could wear her clothes?

Angelea on

I don’t think it means she’s materialistic- but every awards show she needs a different dress (not bc she is materialistic but bc the industry dictates it), and a lot of designers would have given the dresses or pieces for free because it is the honour to have a top celebrity choose your line for awards shows… Considering the spice girls were famous in the 90s thats 20 years of clothing. It’s not like its 600 pieces of clothing she bought in one year.

And if she was materialistic, she would be keeping them or the proceeds herself and buying all new replacements.

Merin on

There is a 10 year old somewhere who is going to fit into all those beautiful things perfectly, lol!

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