TV Series - Aug 29, 2022
Those who visit the website can select the member of their family that they most want to dress like to see a collection of items up for grabs that they believe they'd like to dress like. The cost of most of these devices does not fall below a few hundred dollars, however. A Raf Simons hoodie is currently on sale at a discounted price of $595, which has been reduced from the original listing price of $795.
There is a $595 price tag on a Martine Rose sweater, and $450 on a pair of Rick Owens sunglasses. On the other hand, those who have the money to pay for these items have openly criticized the quality of the items, questioning the claims of 'good condition' listed on most of the advertisements.
As Carlo, a Los Angeles-based influencer, discovered when he unboxed the Kardashian Kloset he purchased on TikTok, it wasn't what he'd expected and it wasn't what he'd expected. As you can see in the video, he bought a white top intended for Kim that he tried on in his video. This is a completely sheer material, which I had no idea about until recently. There was nothing on the website about that," he revealed to the audience.
As he went on to say, "my opinion is that this shirt is horrible," and I agree with him. This shirt was the cheapest thing on the website, and as such it is terrible, terrible, low-quality. I'm not sure why I bought it. It is comparable to the rest of the clothes in the list he has listed, which he bought for a price of $65, which is quite reasonable.
Despite Carlo's luck in finding an item under $100, anyone who takes a look at the accessories along with Kim's handbag collection would be shocked at the costs of some of the accessories. As of today, there are three Hermès bags listed on Amazon, the cheapest of which costs $29,995. As for the other two, which are listed as ‘rare', they retail for a nauseating $90,995 and $109,995. Aside from this, some fans have expressed disappointment that most of the proceeds are not given away to anyone except the mega-rich family, which will receive the majority of the items as gifts.
What about donating them to Dress for Success or another charitable organization?” There was a suggestion on Reddit made by a user. “The majority of the items in this group are barely used, but the reason they don't need the money is because they are paying someone to sell them the items. That's such an odd concept to me,” said one of the contributors. “This is mind-blowingly gross, and they really want every penny they can get,” said a third person.