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Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Launch Kardashian Lingerie at Sears—Would You Wear It?

By Glamour Magazine Mar 14, 2012 5:27PM

By Danica Lo, Glamour Magazine

Whether or not you're a fan of Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kourtney Kardashian, it's pretty clear that these ladies are in possession of some killer curves.

Now, with the launch of their Kardashian Kollection Intimates product range—hellooooo smokin' hot lingerie!—the sisters are bringing their sexy bedroom style to the masses, via Sears.

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Check out this just-released photo from the Kardashian Kollection Intimates campaign. What do you think? Khloe's looking pretty tan-tastic, no?

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Tell us on Facebook:  Would you try and/or buy Kardashian Kollection lingerie?

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Mar 14, 2012 6:59PM
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Don't these freaks have anything else to do...............
Mar 14, 2012 6:58PM
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Wow, just went over to Sears.com to look at this stuff.... the 'boy short' panties are $25!  On sale right now for $17- great deal!  Seriously?? Victoria Secret prices at your local Sears.  I seriously doubt this line will last long.  If you can hold out 6 months, you should find them on clearance for $1.99.  I applaud them for how business-minded they are, but this one misses the boat.  At this price point, they are in the wrong store.
Mar 14, 2012 6:57PM
Mar 14, 2012 6:55PM
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No self rightiousness needed.  YOU all know that these are talentless people only famous for the outragousness of their antics and who they date.  They cannot do anything that resembles talent and you know it.

 

Sure as a guy, I would be all up in that if the chance arose, but you know what, oh judgemental ones, they wouldn't give any of you the time of day on the street. YOU, ME or anyone defending them.

 

The only talent they seem to have is searching out rich guys to date and hang on to.  Such redeeming qualities...

 

 

 

Mar 14, 2012 6:54PM
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Reality tv is stupid and I'll be among the first to agree that the related phenomenon of people being famous simply for being on such garbage has ruined the entertainment industry. But come on, trashing sexy lingerie because it comes from reality tv "celebrities" who have their gig in large part because of their looks and attitude toward their sexuality? That's equally as nonsensical, just like suggesting stores like Sears should only sell the kind of "granny panty" lingerie the guys on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour would make fun of. What has happened to a sense of perspective in this country? Oh yeah, the conservative and Tea Party movements and their hypocrisy, I almost forgot!
Mar 14, 2012 6:54PM
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I date hot white girls, not classless suicide bombers - go back to Towel Town, whores.
Mar 14, 2012 6:53PM
Mar 14, 2012 6:52PM
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I wouldn't buy anything they are selling. They have a fur line which I hope they lose their A$$E$ on. A line of lingerie at Sears???. Not really known for good clothing. LOL  Maybe they should start selling electrical equipment.  These girls are nothing but jokes.

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