Khloé Kardashian is in hot water for selling her daughter's used clothing online for "absurd" prices.
For those of you that didn't already know, the Kardashians and Jenners have a website, called Kardashian Kloset, where they sell secondhand items at discounted prices.
The 37-year-old mom-of-one recently added a number of items to the site — clothinng that her three-year-old daughter, True, has outgrown.
She even shared the link via Twitter, noting: "OMG I miss seeing True in these outfits."
Omg I miss seeing True in these outfits 😩😍 https://t.co/LV8cTMe4O5
— Khloé (@khloekardashian) January 14, 2022
The priciest item listed is a dress by the luxury children’s clothing company, Aristocrat Kids. The used garment was originally being sold by Kardashian for $695 USD but has since marked it down to $556 USD. Another item listed is a pair of Fendi jeans for $495.
While the idea of selling secondhand items is great in theory, Kardashian is facing outrage over the "unfair" and "ridiculous" prices the items are listed for. The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" alum's listings were quickly met with widespread backlash, many of whom thought that for someone already so notoriously wealthy, she shouldn't be selling used clothes at such high prices — or selling them at all.
"Wow you gotta be some kind of way if you can’t donate to a woman’s shelter or a goodwill," one Instagram user penned.
"She could donate! I'm sure she gets so many freebies. It would be a good deed to give back in my opinion."
"I feel like she could've donated these items very easily. Greed is such a scary thing, man. The Kardashians/Jenners really don't know where to draw the line. And at the very least, if you're gonna sell your used clothing, sell it at a reasonable price. It's literally USED baby clothes. Selling them for hundreds of dollars apiece is insanely out of touch. Parents who need to shop secondhand cannot afford items that expensive, so it's clear she isn't doing this to benefit the needy in any way. Just trying to add to her riches," someone else wrote.
"Who would pay that much for children's clothing? Let alone used?" one person tweeted. "So disgusted when these clothes could have been donated to people in need."
"I don’t understand this. The family gets almost all of their clothing donated to them, they’re billionaires and the rest of us regular folk that buy our stuff donate what we no longer need," another added. "These didn't even go to a charity? Make it make sense."