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Her mum's dresses cost €4k but Harper's a bargain hunter with her €50 frock

SHE flogs €4,000 frocks and has a wardrobe worth millions, but Victoria Beckham is more than happy to dress daughter Harper in €50 outfits.

She's one of the best dressed tots in Hollywood thanks to her style queen mum, but despite having the fashion world at her feet, one-year-old Harper looks just as cute in sale outfits with a more reasonable price tag.

The adorable little girl arrived into Dublin earlier this week and was pictured taking her first public footsteps wearing a Marie Chantal navy embroidered dress.

The outfit, complete with flower print and a drawstring waist, was reduced from €100 to €50, proving that not everything in Harper's lavish wardrobe would break the bank.

No doubt Irish mums will be dying to snap up the pretty kidswear, which can be found at Brown Thomas where the brand is currently stocked, and will remain so for the next season.

"We have a lot of Irish customers and many orders come in online from Ireland too," brand manager of Marie Chantal, Victoria Leadbitter, told the Herald.

This is not the first time Harper has sported clothes from the London-based fashion company. Former Spice Girl Victoria (38) has bought a number of items from Marie Chantal since Harper was born last year.

In fact, the star regularly visits one of their three stand-alone shops when spending time in the UK.

But of course Harper's wardrobe does include top-end luxury labels with a heftier price tag.

She is often seen out with her doting parents wearing a pair of Chloe shoes or tights and has also been pictured in the likes of Burberry and Stella McCartney.

It seems that mum-of-four Victoria particularly favours exclusive kids brand Bonpoint and has kitted out her little girl in dozens of dresses, cardigans and accessories from the French children's couture house.

Harper accompanied Posh to the showcase of her Autumn/Winter collection at Brown Thomas this week, but did not pose for photos with her mum, instead remaining with her nanny.

Victoria, who always wanted a girl, has insisted that although she has help herself and husband David (37) are extremely "hands on" as parents.

"David's incredibly hands on, he does as much as I do. Everything we do, we do together. Everything that we do personally and professionally revolves around the children.

"We live a privileged life, we appreciate everything, we know we're very blessed. They're normal kids, they like to have fun. But they're incredibly well behaved, myself and David have always been very strict."

lbutler@herald.ie