Khloe Kardashian under fire for reselling True’s clothes online

Khloe Kardashian is under fire for reselling her daughter True Thompson’s used children’s clothes for hundreds of dollars on the family’s online store.

If you didn’t know, the Kardashians/Jenners have a clothing website called Kardashian Kloset, where they sell their second-hand clothes. Why the Kardashians need to make a few bucks reselling their old clothes when they make millions elsewhere is beyond me, but whatever, they do. Now Khloe Kardashian is under fire for selling her three-year-old daughter’s old clothes on the site for hundreds of dollars.

For example, this “silk and ostrich” feather dress is listed at $556, when it originally retailed for $695. Nearly $600 to buy a dress a toddler has already worn!

There is also Fendi “kids” jeans for $275 and $495 And one Oscar De Lat Renta dress for $395. A lot of articles for children referenced on the resale site are designer, which might explain why Khloe thinks she can charge such a high price for clothes, but a) a kid literally wore these clothes before b) some clothes are only a little cheaper than their price tag purchase, which is not so economical works and c) there is a good chance that Khloe and True received these clothes for free from the designers and are now enjoying the gift!

However, most egregious of all is a pair of Cat and Jack tights sold for $20, despite the retail price of $6.99 at Target.

Naturally, the Internet did not have it.

Some fans have defended Khloe, saying Khloe would likely donate the money to charity, but this is unconfirmed. There is absolutely nothing on Kloset’s website indicating that funds from clothing sales will be donated to charity, there is only a mention that reselling old clothing “promotes sustainability”.

It’s all wild and weird, but it’s not like the Kardashians don’t monetize most aspects of their lives. As the old saying goes, it’s super on brand for them.

Elizabeth J. Harless