Bec Judd stuns in $41 Target knit dress at Chadstone | photos

Fans of the influencer and mother of four have been left in disbelief after the fashionista stepped out in a very affordable outfit from Target.

She usually oozes custom couture or rocks her own activewear label, but Bec Judd just stepped out in a surprisingly affordable outfit.

The mother of four attended an event at Chadstone in Melbourne and wore an outfit made almost entirely from items sold at budget retailer Target — and the knit dress she was wearing costs just $41.

Bec, who is also a paid ambassador for the mall, wore the bargain ensemble to launch the Target Pop-Up that runs through Sunday.

The 39-year-old wore the retailer’s “Preview Pointelle Dress,” which is currently on sale in the store’s Click Frenzy Sale for $41.30, down from $59.

She paired the beige maxi dress — with flared sleeves and skirt — with a matching hat and jacket, also from Target.

The “Longline Teddy Overcoat” is also currently on sale, priced at $63.20, down from $79, while the $17.50 “Wool Felt Hat” is down $7.50.

The special prices end at midnight on June 29.

On Instagram, Bed stated: “@targetaus is back baby.”

She wrote: “The brand’s new direction includes lofty designs, incredible quality, sustainable and ethically sourced materials (Target aims to be net zero by 2030), and some great community initiatives.

“As a kid whose childhood wish was often granted at the Target desk, it’s great to see them return to their former glory.

“I’m wearing a Target dress, jacket and hat.”

Many fans were quick to comment on Bec’s outfit, saying she looked “so chic” in the all-nude ensemble.

“OMG that’s awesome! I was wondering who you were wearing, becjudd! Faaaarbuuuulous,” said one.

“You make everything look expensive @becjudd,” said another.

“Love this dress, so chic for winter!”

Some were so surprised to see the style icon in the affordable fashion label that they didn’t believe it.

“Like she’s wearing Target clothes,” one claimed.

‘Bec Judd wearing Target? As if,” said another.

She wasn’t the only famous face at the event, with singer Dannii Minogue – who has a long-running small range available in Target stores – and former Miss Universe Australia Maria Thattil also in attendance.

To celebrate the popup, all guests visiting the space can scan a QR code to save $10 when you spend $50 on shopping in the Target app.

Originally published as Bec Judd rocks Target’s budget outfit – includes $41 . knit dress

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