Bec Judd stuns in a knitted dress from Target at Chadstone Shopping Centre


Bec Judd stuns in a knitted dress from Target… and you will never believe how much it is: ‘You make everything look expensive’

She is known for her love of expensive designer clothes.

But Bec Judd loves a bargain too.

On Thursday, the AFL WAG, 39, made a $41.30 knitted Target dress look like a million bucks as she attended the opening of the the budget department store’s pop-up at Chadstone Shopping Centre in Melbourne.

Thrifty Bec! Bec Judd made a $41.30 knitted Target dress look like a million bucks as she attended the opening of the the budget department store’s pop-up at Chadstone Shopping Centre in Melbourne

She teamed the store’s ‘Pointelle Dress’ with other affordable items, including a $63.20 Longline Teddy Overcoat and Wool Felt Hat that retails for just $17.50. 

She wore her honey-hued locks out in perfectly styled soft waves, and accessorised with a pair of cream Target boots. 

Bec posted several pictures of the event on her Instagram page and explained the new direction of the brand ‘includes elevated designs, incredible quality, sustainable and ethically sourced materials’.

The outing comes after Bec slammed Dan Andrews’ government for not doing enough to combat ‘rapes, bashings and home invasions’ in her posh suburb.

Team work, make the dream work! Bec posed with members of the Target team and said the new direction of the brand includes elevated designs, incredible quality, sustainable and ethically sourced materials

Team work, make the dream work! Bec posed with members of the Target team and said the new direction of the brand includes elevated designs, incredible quality, sustainable and ethically sourced materials 

Dinner on ground level! Bec posted several pictures of the soiree on her Instagram page

Dinner on ground level! Bec posted several pictures of the soiree on her Instagram page 

Designer: Bec is known for her love of expensive designer clothes. She is pictured here modelling an expensive Dion Lee bustier and matching trousers, as well as a Bottega Veneta handbag

Designer: Bec is known for her love of expensive designer clothes. She is pictured here modelling an expensive Dion Lee bustier and matching trousers, as well as a Bottega Veneta handbag 

Bec lives in a $7.3million mansion in Brighton in the city’s southeast with her husband, retired AFL star Chris Judd, and their four children.

She reposted CCTV footage of a group of young men lurking outside several properties in her affluent suburb and claimed it made her feel ‘unsafe’.

The mother-of-four said the state government ‘don’t seem to care’ about the recent spike in crime and said she felt unsafe in her Brighton mansion.

The outing comes after she slammed Dan Andrews' government for not doing enough to combat 'rapes, bashings and home invasions' in her posh suburb of Brighton where she owns a $7.3m home

The outing comes after she slammed Dan Andrews’ government for not doing enough to combat ‘rapes, bashings and home invasions’ in her posh suburb of Brighton where she owns a $7.3m home 

‘So sick of the rapes, bashings and home invasions at the hands of the gangs in Bayside,’ she wrote to Instagram on Thursday.

‘I personally know two women who have experienced home invasions in Brighton in the last few weeks while they were at home.’

Bec’s home boasts a gym, a tennis court that can be turned into ‘a footy oval or cricket pitch’, and a magnesium salt pool.

There is also a spacious wet bar complete with a snooker table and a bar. 

The mother-of-four said the state government 'don't seem to care' about the recent spike in crime and said she felt unsafe in her Brighton mansion. Her home also features a spacious wet bar complete with a snooker table and a bar

The mother-of-four said the state government ‘don’t seem to care’ about the recent spike in crime and said she felt unsafe in her Brighton mansion. Her home also features a spacious wet bar complete with a snooker table and a bar

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