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Shop This: Khloe, Kendall and Kylie's Designer Duds

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From left: Kendall Jenner, Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner

Kris Jenner’s youngest girls are selling 200+ items on consignment.

Everyone loves a good consignment sale, and label lovers will drool over this one: sisters Khloe Kardashian and Kendall and Kylie Jenner have handed over more than 200 pieces of clothing and accessories to be sold on TheRealReal.com, starting tomorrow, Friday, Aug. 21 at 7 a.m. PT.

Among the items — which range from size extra-small to large and shoe sizes between a8 and 11 — are a Donna Karan cashmere-blend sweater ($175), Chanel Camellia Espadrilles ($945), Saint Laurent Embellished Cat Ankle Boots ($595) and a Chanel Medium Graphic Flap Bag ($2,750).

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Although some items are NWT (new with tags), the majority have been worn at least once by one of the sisters. For example, after walking in last September’s Sonia Rykiel show at Paris Fashion Week, Kendall departed the backstage area wearing a pair of black-and-white plaid 10 Crosby Derek Lam pants (size XS/2), which one quick-to-buy shopper can nab for $145 (original retail $395).

Or there’s a cream silk The Row tunic from the current collection that the model wore in Los Angeles in May (size small), which is on sale for $1,095 (originally $3,690).

There are no estimates from a TheRealReal spokesperson regarding how much the sale may net, but the three reality stars stand to pocket a pretty penny, as they get 70 percent of the net selling price (i.e. Kendall will get $766.50 from the sale of her The Row tunic).

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Shoppers who aren’t signed up on TheRealReal.com, a 4-million member strong website that sells guaranteed-authentic designer wares on consignment, should do so now so they can quickly add Khloe, Kendall and Kylie’s pieces to their shopping carts. 

The sale runs for three days — that is if the pieces aren’t sold out before then.

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