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Buy Kim Kardashian’s Clothes on eBay

By Kim Anne May 18, 2012 4:38PM
You may not have a stylist, designer wardrobe or an endless array of endorsement deals at your perfectly-polished fingertips, but you can still get a dose of what it feels like to look like a Kardashian by scooping up some pieces from Kim’s own wardrobe.

The reality star is selling some of her pre-owned goods on eBay during her “Kardashian Kloset” sale, going on now.

During a trip to the site, we spied a Dolce & Gabbana Red Satin Special Edition Halter Neck Gown (size 4, with a current bid of $405, in case you were curious), an animal print dress, a teal skirt, and a leopard Roberto Cavalli jumpsuit that we feel like we have definitely seen her wear to an event before. Kim has around 80 pieces from her own closet up for grabs now.

Kim is donating a portion of the proceeds from the sales of the clothing to the Life Change Community Church. The sale ends May 21, 2012 at 8:00 AM PDT, so now’s the time to get bidding. 

Tell us: Will you bid on any of Kim K’s old clothes?

Photos courtesy eBay


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May 19, 2012 5:36PM
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tell em clairbear [hehe] there was not one thing you mentioned in your comment for a muthafkr to dislike, but of course your comment got some dislikes because they dislike the truth... Kim & her family's haters just won't get up off that haterade with their hatin asses [LOL] These people who luv to hate Kim and the rest of the Kardashians are so envious of the financial wealth that they've been blessed with. Its none of the Kardashians fault if your f'n ugly, living pay check to pay check or flat broke!!! Don't blame them for y'alls short comings hell dont try and knock there shine just cause y'all aren't living lavishly in the spot light. Kim can't help that she is gorgeous and has a body of a goddess so all you envious hoz take it light b easy[hehe] Stop hating on the Kardashians money, beauty and go get you some, how about that?!! People keep throwing stones as if there perfect, NOt!
May 19, 2012 5:12PM
May 19, 2012 4:39PM
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SIZE 4 .... NOT IN HER WILDEST DREAMS!  Even spanx could not get her girth into a size 4.......... 

May 19, 2012 4:35PM
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hmmmmmm how could someone fit into a size that the butt portion is the size of new jersey and the chest sags down to you waist. i would like to see that women.OOOOOH  i forgot it s kim kardashian.what a pig!!!!!!!!!!! what is she selling her clothes to support kanyes drug habit, so her family dosent see it coming out of the familys money?
May 19, 2012 4:32PM
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stop hating people kim is beautiful and rich **** i ain't mad at her or her family !!!!
May 19, 2012 4:16PM
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I have my own clothes that seem to suit my "less than Kardashian" lifestyle, and since I personally don't like any of them for their morals, camera grabbing lifestyle, or frankly for anything, I don't think there's anything from them that I'd like to own.

 

My Wal-Mart and Target collection are all I need or care to own for my simple lifestyle, though I'm quite sure none of my trash would even dare to come into contact with a Kardashian body.  Clearly, each and every one of them is better than me (not hardly), so I won't bid on any of her clothes, even if it is for charity.  How much of the money is actually being given to the charities involved?  I don't believe for one second that she's selling and not pocketing something.  I'd rather pick my favorite charities and write them a check so that I know my money is actually going into their coffers and not into a Kardashian Prada or Gucci wallet and bag.

May 19, 2012 3:48PM
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Most of you love to bash the Kardashians. If you don't like them, that is fine. I don't  love them and I don't hate them. But to say they don't work, that they do nothing, you do not have a clue. They have endorsements, clothing stores, modeling, appearances, they have to go to the gym and work at keeping their figures. meetings with the companies they rep, meetings with lawyers and reps, meeting with the execs at "E". They are on TV shows. Try that schedule, and balance all that out. There is a lot more to it than what you see and think.

May 19, 2012 3:31PM
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When in the hell are these bitches going away?!?!?!? 

 

These low-life, no-talent, attention-grabbing whores NEED TO GO  - along with anyone who promotes or uses them as "endorsements" (like SEARS, do you really think those girls have ever set foot in SEARS before they got a multi-million $ deal, I think not)

 

Just like someone wrote earlier - they're MULTI-millionaires (all of them) & she's going to donate a PORTION to charity, gee, how fricking BIG of her!  The reign of Momma KarTRASHian and her TRASHY daughters needs to end!!

PS - Bruce - grow some kahunas already!!  

 

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