A KARDASHIAN fan splashed three used pieces from Kylie Jenner’s wardrobe, spending nearly $2,000 on a pair of shoes, a matching ensemble and a luxe dress.
After trying them on, she only planned to keep the outfit that didn’t make her look like a cartoon character.
When influencer Blair Walnuts ordered the new clothes, it wasn’t the first time she had bought items from Kardashian Kloset.
In the past, Blair has spent hundreds on smelly corsets that once belonged to Kylie Jenner and a hideous jumpsuit that made her look like ‘the muffin man’.
More recently, she dropped thousands of dollars on a pair of Bottega Veneta heels, a two-piece mesh set from Charlotte Knowles and a long dress from Saks Potts.
The influencer only picked from Kylie’s closet. “A lot of things in her closet are things I couldn’t see her wearing,” Blair reflected.
She tried to exercise restraint, choosing only three things to buy. “I’m not trying to spend five billion dollars on this video,” she added.
When her order arrived, Blair tried on the shoes first. She bought the Bottega Veneta heels, which usually cost $2,200, for just $760.
“I’m so glad I got a good deal with them,” Blair said, although she admitted she planned to sell the shoes after posting her video.
“It’s a bit too much for the bunnies at my feet,” she explained, modeling the heels with a simple skirt and top.
Despite their stiletto profile, the shoes were easy to put on and didn’t hurt Blair’s feet. “There’s a good amount of padding at the bottom,” she said.
The layers of fluff made her feet look “massive,” she said, but it gave the optical illusion of thinner legs.
“The only issue I have is the fur on the bottom,” Blair said. “They’ll get dirty in two seconds.”
Her next outfit was a Saks Potts dress with confusing sash detailing on the lapels.
Blair didn’t say how much she spent on the dress, but she wasn’t enthusiastic about it.
“I feel like it’s something that Kris Jenner would wear a lot more than Kylie Jenner,” she said, wearing the mid-calf long-sleeved dress.
“He gives Handmaid’s Tale. He gives Shrek’s [fairy] godmother,” Blair said. “That’s not sexy.”
The dress made her feel like a matron until comedy.
“If I was a grandma and had to throw a Christmas party for my kids, that’s probably what I would wear,” Blair said.
She was also distracted by the thin, train-like cape that cascaded over each shoulder.
The red fabric extended beyond the lapels and down Blair’s back. She danced and twirled them.
“I don’t understand the point,” she said. “Would I like an extra arm, perhaps?”
After trying to tie the bizarre strappy fabric around her head or neck, Blair finally ditched the fancy dress.
“I see why she sold it,” she joked.
The last outfit she tried on was a two-piece set by designer Charlotte Knowles, which Blair likes the style of but doesn’t justify buying at full price.
Again, she didn’t share the price tag for the coordinating knitted set, but she was in love with the “poison dart frog” print.
“Just like this outfit, I also look like a toxic oil spill,” she joked.
The top and pants fitted perfectly, and Blair loved the look of the outfit’s sheer panels.
But while she felt like a “pop star,” Blair found an important part of the designer ensemble was missing.
“Fabric gives Shein and price gives Gucci,” she said. The influencer compared the material to Spanx or tights.
Blair revealed that shortly after opening the outfit, she managed to poke a hole in the fabric.
“I’ve already pierced that,” she said. “On the material level, I don’t know.”
Still, she said, there was a lot of potential under the right circumstances.
“I think a bright green bag with a bright green shoe would look really cool,” she admitted – as long as she was extremely careful while carrying it.