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If you’ve ever lusted over the luxe, as-seen-in-Calabasas fashions worn by Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner or her denim maven daughter Khloe Kardashian, now’s your chance to get your paws on a Balmain bodycon (or two).
The mom-and-daughter duo have partnered with luxury consignment shop The RealReal to sell designer pieces from their klosets (which are surely busting at the seams). Though they’re secondhand, prices are still pretty hefty for the swanky digs — a mink coat is posted for $1,300, while a Christian Dior coat is listed for $900. That being said, the pieces are still considerably cheaper than retail and are verified to have come within one degree of separation from Kim Kardashian herself.
Selling some amazing pieces straight from my closet! Shop now on @therealreal! https://t.co/FRUEknmfWs pic.twitter.com/Bn9qAkduhA
— Khloé (@khloekardashian) March 29, 2017
Two of the more surprising items on the listing are a pair of Ralph Lauren Team USA Olympic blazers from the 2016 Opening Ceremony in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The pieces are two of a handful of items that have yet to be sold since the sale went live on Wednesday morning; the first is a women’s size medium ($900), while the second, curiously, is a men’s XXL ($895).
This isn’t the first time that the Kardashians have kashed in on their overflowing klosets for a few extra bucks. Back in 2015, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie Jenner all posted some of their designer pieces on The RealReal.
Other still-available items include pieces from the Kardashian’s favorite brands, such as a long-sleeve army-green Balmain top ($280), a Givenchy bodysuit ($775) and a Roberto Cavalli cuff ($695). Get ’em while they’re hot.
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