KYLIE Jenner has been accused of selling smelly second-hand clothes.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum and her family have been torn apart for reselling their old clothes for high prices on their shared Kardashian Kloset site.


A YouTube fan bought Kylie Jenner’s used clothes for $500Credit: YouTube
She claimed the items smelled strange


She claimed the items smelled strangeCredit: YouTube

Now Kylie, 24, has faced backlash for sending musty-smelling posts to her fans.

After a YouTuber bought over “$500” worth of outfits from the reality star, she took to the platform to share her unboxing experience.

“Now I’m going to show you what it smells like,” video creator Blair Walnuts told the camera.

The influencer then tore open the plastic bag and stuck her nose inside while sniffing the package.

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“There’s kind of a smell,” she told the camera, adding, “It’s like an old musty smell.”

“Kind of like an estate sale smells but a faint smell of it. Not like a significant smell.”

Blair continued, “It smells like someone’s hands.”

The YouTuber then tried on the purchased clothes, revealing a mix of reactions.

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It wasn’t the first time the Kardashian family faced criticism over their resale site, as many slammed them for charging exorbitant prices for their second-hand clothes and failing to donate profits to charities. charities.


Earlier this month, Kylie uploaded her $3.7,000 Louis Vuitton bag.

The mother-of-two posted on her Instagram Stories, “Just added some new items to my online closet,” and shared a link to Kardashian Kloset.

She revealed that she listed a variety of her old bags, including a rare Louis Vuitton luggage for a whopping $3,795.

Kylie also added a Bottega Veneta gold satchel for $1,395 and a Burberry fanny pack for $650, among other luxury deals.

On the website, she was also selling two Hermès Birkins, with a vanilla beige alligator piece showing minor wear for $65,000.

But the makeup mogul and her siblings have been torn by fans for selling second-hand clothes for high prices despite their combined multi-billion dollar value.


On Kardashian Kloset’s Instagram, many followers expressed their feelings.

“You have so much money. Why not donate these items? Or the proceeds to a good cause?” we urged.

“Why is everything so expensive here? Don’t they get half the stuff for free? As public relations? asked for a second.

Khloe Kardashian also received hate after listing her daughter True’s old clothes for hundreds of dollars on the site.

A small pair of used Gucci tennis shoes were added to the page for $250, and the mom-of-one also listed the toddler’s Fendi jeans for $495.

However, older sister Kourtney Kardashian insisted the resale site had ethical goals.

She previously wrote on Instagram, “I love how selling items from our closets extends the life of these pieces, reducing the footprint and keeping them out of landfills.”


The expensive resales come as a shock as the Kardashians’ fortunes have continued to grow exponentially.

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Earlier this year, it was revealed that Kim’s personal net worth soared by another $600 million due to the smash hit of her SKIMS underwear line.

Kylie, though technically more of a billionaire, has hovered near the line with the success of her cosmetics and skincare line.

Kylie and her siblings faced controversy over their resale site


Kylie and her siblings faced controversy over their resale siteCredit: Instagram
Kylie and her sisters sell second-hand clothes and bags on Kardashian Kloset


Kylie and her sisters sell second-hand clothes and bags on Kardashian KlosetCredit: kyliejenner/Instagram
They have an endless supply of luxury items


They have an endless supply of luxury items

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