KHLOE Kardashian has been slammed for “tricking fans” into buying her USED pricey clothes.
She’s listed more designer duds with a “strange” new strategy instead of “donating to people in need.”
Khloe Kardashian listed dozens of ‘unwashed’ items to her family’s resale clothing websiteCredit: ash_kholm/Instagram
All used, pricey & ‘none for donation,’ as fans fumed – the way she went about it was also ‘strange’ & ‘gross’
Khloe, 38, has tried selling fans on her used clothes once more.
On July 1st, she tweeted to her 30M followers, “I have the best memories in some of these pieces all up on my closet now.
“Tag me in a pic if end up getting!” she added along with a glam photo of herself.
Khloe then linked to the Kardashian Kloset website, where nearly the entire family sells used items but doesn’t donate the proceeds.
It was also unclear what would happen if someone were to tag Khloe after purchasing an item via her peculiar ploy.
But what was clear was the price tags.
A pair of Balmain leather boots were originally priced at $1.6K, then marked down to $1K while described by the star as “rare.”
A Givenchy sweatsuit was priced at $1.29K and an Alexander McQueen striped tunic was priced at $1.47K.
Gianvito Rossi boots are going for $395 and are made of leather and “Moritz fur,” per the description.
Per BoutiqueBubbles, the type of fur is made from rabbits or foxes.
Reddit ripped the star for continuing to sell her expensive clothing for profit.
One wrote, “Why not donate them to Dress for Success or another charity?”
Another replied, “‘Help the poors??’ Never.”
A third tore, “I know most is barely used but they definitely don’t need the money, and you know they’re just paying people to sell it for them… such a strange concept to me.”
A fourth wrote, “They really want every single dollar they can get and it’s mind-blowingly gross.”
A fifth asked, “Don’t they sell the clothes unwashed?”
While a sixth replied to them, “Yes! I’ve seen a couple YouTube videos of them buying some of their clothing and they don’t wash it.”
CLOTHES TO THE EDGE
Earlier this year, Khloe dressed True in head-to-toe Gucci including a $1,300 coat and a $4,000 purse.
She kissed her daughter on the forehead while posing for a picture in front of her white Rolls Royce Ghost, worth $340,000.
She shared the photos on Instagram, adding the caption: “We Gucci.”
But many fans were less than impressed, with one writing: “Do you always have to flaunt your money? Glad your kid has Gucci.”
Another remarked: “This child’s outfit costs more than I make in a month.”
In January 2022, Khloe was ripped for selling True’s outgrown clothes on the same website at sky-high prices.
Two months ago, Khloe also took to Instagram to show off another purchase.
“I am soooo obsessed,” she wrote above a box of ripped-denim high-heeled boots, tagging Dolce & Gabbana as well as a brand ambassador.
Back in January, her sister Kim Kardashian also uploaded multiple items to the Kardashian Kloset website including a $700 robe.
Kylie Jenner, 24, more recently tossed up a $3.7K Louis Vuitton bag.
On the website, she was also selling two Hermès Birkins, with a beige alligator piece priced at $65,000.
“Y’all have so much money. Why not donate these items? Or the proceeds to a good cause?” one user earlier wrote on the Kardashian Kloset Instagram.
“Donate your clothes!” another recently commented.
Each sibling and Kris has a page on the Kardashian Kloset resale site.
Khloe’s ex Tristan Thompson, 31, fathered a son named Theo with fitness model Maralee Nichols, 31, while “exclusively” dating the reality TV star.
Khloe Kardashian advertised that she was reselling more $1K+ used items with a Twitter ployCredit: Twitter / Khloe Kardashian
She was slammed for ‘tricking fans’ with the tactic, & many simply wondered why she couldn’t just donate some items to those in needCredit: Kardashian Kloset
Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kourtney & Kendall all have sections of the resale website & also sell extremely pricey waresCredit: Refer to Caption
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