Saver or theft? Khloe Kardashian has been criticized for trying to resell her daughter’s clothes, and her fans are infuriated by her wondering why she didn’t donate them.
Khloe, 39, who has an estimated net worth of $60 million, posted a link to the Kardashian Kloset website on Instagram, urging her followers to buy her clothes secondhand.
Posted Monday to her Stories with a photo of her five-year-old daughter, True, writing, “New pieces at @kardashiankloset.”
But fans were not impressed with what he was selling.
Khloe, 39, posted a link to the Kardashian Kloset website on Instagram, urging her followers to buy her clothes secondhand (Khloe’s daughter True, pictured in the Instagram Story).
Many followers were stunned (and irritated) to discover that the businessman also sold fast fashion brands like Zara and Urban Outfitters.
While the site is packed with designer children’s clothing, many were stunned (and irritated) to discover that the businessman also sold fast fashion brands like Zara and Urban Outfitters.
The items included a leopard denim jacket for $50, about the same price as a Zara children’s jacket on the brand’s website.
Kardashian Kloset also listed a women’s blue mini dress from Urban Outfitters for $20, and similar dresses at the retailer typically sell for between $80 and $100.
The reality family’s website listed a black crop top from Mango Youth for $20, with similar tops costing between $25 and $30 at the retailer.
‘Khloe posted a link to the “Kardashian Kloset” on her Instagram stories today and out of curiosity I clicked on it. I don’t understand why this family resells clothes instead of donating them. wrote one fan on Reddit.
The person went on to say that they could “support” the sale of Kardashian clothing if it was for a good cause, but they saw no evidence of this on the website.
“One thing that caught my eye was this used children’s coat from Zara – now I know Zara is relatively affordable if you’re a Kardashian.” Resell a used coat for $50? This seems absurd to me,’ they said.
Others agreed that reselling used children’s clothing at exorbitant prices was “greedy.”
“Very creepy because I think the only reason anyone would be willing to pay full price for a used Zara children’s item of clothing is the fact that a Kardashian wore it,” another noted.
“I bet you could go to Target or search Amazon and find the exact same jacket for $10.”
“This disgusts me,” someone else declared. ‘You [so] How much money can’t you just donate the clothes to people in need? They’re so greedy.’
Ugly and greedy people inside and out! wrote a third user.
‘Yeah, the designer thing is pretty bad, but I can still see why it would appeal to some Kardashian fans… but selling Nike and Zara for full price?’ “What if it’s pure greed?” added one indignant person.
“They have been called many times and each time they just ignore it and double down.”
Khloe shares her daughter, True (pictured), and one-year-old son, Tatum, with her former NBA star boyfriend, Tristan Thompson.
Khloé pictured with five-year-old True and one-year-old Tatum, who she shares with ex Tristan Thompson.
It is not the first time that the Kardashians have been criticized for selling their clothes and accessories secondhand since they launched their resale site in 2021.
This Urban Outfitters dress is now selling for $20 after being marked down from $30
Her followers were not impressed with what Khloé was selling and the prices she was selling them at.
It is not the first time that the Kardashians have been criticized for selling their second-hand clothes and accessories.
The ultra-rich family launched their resale site in 2019, allowing fans to shop online for luxury clothing, shoes and accessories from the sisters and mother’s personal collections.
The first physical Kardashian Kloset pop-up store opened in Las Vegas in 2021.
A source told DailyMail.com at the time that some customers were put off by the Kardashians’ decision to sell their used clothes for exorbitant prices.
Many of the designer handbags and shoes sold by Kardashian Kloset are reportedly available at significantly lower prices at retailers or other luxury consignment stores.
Khloe shares her daughter, True, and one-year-old son, Tatum, with her former NBA star boyfriend, Tristan Thompson.
In February 2019, Tristan made headlines after a cheating scandal involving Kylie Jenner’s then-best friend Jordyn Woods became public.
Khloe and Tristan broke up but ended up getting back together months later in August 2020.
They called it quits about a year later, but it was revealed that they were expecting a second baby together via surrogate.
In January 2022, a paternity scandal broke when it was revealed that Tristan had fathered Maralee Nichols’ baby while still in a relationship with Khloe.
In July 2022, Khloe and Tristan welcomed their son, Tatum, together. Since then, they have remained separated, but continue to amicably raise their two children.