Indeed, Posh Spice is the famous personality of the time. Recently, Victoria Beckham launched a t-shirt model with slogan printed on it “My dad had a Rolls-Royce” (Roughly translated: My dad has a Rolls-Royce”). This t-shirt design at first glance seems extremely simple and boring, but in fact it shows the sharp mind and sense of humor of Mrs. Becks.
This shirt was inspired by a “pop” moment of David Beckham went viral on social networking sites. Specifically, in the documentary Beckham recently debuted, Victoria said both she and David come from working-class backgrounds. At this time, the former British player “checked VAR” with his wife: “Be honest, honey“. Despite all efforts to justify, Victoria finally admitted that her father drove her to school in a Rolls-Royce supercar.
The conversation caused a storm on social networks of Mr. and Mrs. Beck
David Beckham’s “high-level pressing” moment was realized by Victoria into a simple T-shirt for $150 (about 3.6 million VND). In particular, Ms. Becks personally promoted this shirt model on her personal TikTok and Instagram pages with a witty caption: “I can’t deny it anymore, my dad took me to school in a Rolls-Royce. What about your dad?”
Victoria Beckham in the promotional video for the “My dad had a Rolls-Royce” T-shirt
The shirt is sold on Victoria Beckham’s official website for $150 (equivalent to about 3.6 million VND).
Besides the positive reactions, a part of netizens think that $150 is an unreasonable price for a very simple T-shirt. However, whether you are satisfied with this price or not, you will still have to admit that launching this shirt is an extremely skillful PR move from Victoria Beckham.
Netizens’ reactions to Victoria Beckham’s Rolls-Royce car “flex” shirt:
– 150$ for this shirt? The Beckham family’s next Rolls-Royce will be bought with our money, right?
– 150$ for this shirt is a bit excessive, Mrs. Becks.
– Genius idea! At least it’s cheaper than Maria Grazia Chiuri’s slogan shirt.
– If Victoria Beckham printed a shirt with the words “We are all working class”, I would buy it immediately.
– That’s sharp.