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Shop Second-Hand Original Luxury Apparel Owned by the Kardashian Family Online at Kardashian Kloset!

Shop Second-Hand Original Luxury Apparel Owned by the Kardashian Family Online at Kardashian Kloset!

You can now shop the luxurious closets of the Kardashian and Jenner family and become the owner of original one-of-a-kind pieces. From Kim, Kylie, Khloe, Kourtney, and Kris – the whole family just launched their official website – kardashiankloset.com! In this website, anyone who wishes to purchase lightly used and never worn signature apparel, bags, shoes, and accessories could do so in a fairly reasonable price. Among the items on sale are Kim Kardashian West’s Givenchy blouse ($700), Kris Jenner’s Fendi logo tunic ($595), and Kylie Jenner’s Gucci diaper bag ($1,000).

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Kardashian Kloset is any fashionista’s online shopping haven as it is well-stocked with barely used and never been worn whimsical items such as full-length minks, thigh-high boots, glittering tuxedos, and goat hair vests. Kardashian “Momager” Kris Jenner officially launched the Instagram account of their resale business which now has 65,000 followers and 12 posts. Meanwhile, at kardashiankloset.com, each member of the celebrity family is featured showcasing items owned by each of them. Among the first items sold from Kim’s closet are a Balmain purse and a Versace handbag; while a pair of Chanel sneakers and Givenchy handbag sold out from Kylie’s closet. Other items currently on sale from Kris Jenner’s closet are a Gucci brocade suit for $1,600, a pair of Celine gold slip on tennis shoes for $400, a Louis Vuitton spaghetti strap dress for $1,900, a Givenchy black balloon sleeve dress for $1,500, an ivory and black velvet dress by Tom Ford for $1,995, and a Roberto Cavalli long black dress for $1,200. Meanwhile, items from Kourtney and Kloe Kardashian’s closet are expected to appear in the website soon.

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Among the fastest growing sectors in apparel nowadays is the resale business due to the savvy and sustainable nature of luxury second hand shopping. In fact, resale apparel is expected to reach $28 billion in sales this year, according to retail analytics firm GlobalData. In a matter of five or ten years, this type of business will eventually surpass fast fashion.

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