Fans of Kim Kardashian claim that her line of pants is a ba.d deal.
Kim has made about £500 million from the SKIMS shapewear, giving the socialite a very remarkable bottom line.
But more than 1,000 negat.ive web evaluations from British customers have been left for the brand.
Complaints include poor quality and a £12 restocking fee. Clothes range in price from £10 for a pair of socks to outfits costing over £200.
Oksana Podlesnaya, a disgruntled client, said in the Sunday Mirror yesterday: “I bought SKIMS underpants for £25 and after one use they had fully stretched and lost all shape.”
“So many young girls are saving up their money to buy an item, but it’s a complete rip-off,” the 50-year-old financial professional from Green Park, London, continued.
“My daughter reported the stuff she ordered was absolutely ba.d quality and it took two weeks to receive a refund,” a frustrated father from Halifax, West Yorks, continued. “Plus the $15 return cost.”
“Horre.ndous and disgus.ting company – I wish I could award no stars,” a different customer said.
“The item was of aw.ful quality and I had to pay the postage back to the US from the UK.”
I’m not plus size, and the outfit made me gain weight, she continued.
Kim, who is allegedly worth close to £1.5 billion, promotes the line to her 4.6 million Instagram followers.
She said: “I’m pleased to see my brand Skims come to life” at the glizty launch.
I was motivated to make my quest for finding the ideal shapewear a reality because I knew I wasn’t the only one looking for it.
Celebrities like Shanice Fudge and Zara McDermott from Love Island have promoted the lingerie.
Requests for comment from Skims went unanswered.