Yesterday I headed to the mall to do some much needed shopping. I needed a couple of birthday gifts and other items. Along the way, I decided to check out the Kardashian Kollection at Sears.
Hmmm, where to start? Well, the first thing I noticed was that there is not a natural fiber to be had in the entire collection. Cotton? Nope. Silk? Nope. Polyester? Hell ya! Spandex? You betcha. Rayon? Uh yeah.
I decided to gather up some of these fine pieces and head to the fitting room. I personally think that the "greatest" piece in the collection, oh , excuse me kollection, is this one-piece, leopard print, 100% polyester jumpsuit.
Isn't it grand? It even has elastic at the bottom of the legs. Sadly, I couldn't try it on, they only had it in an XL.
Here it is in black for those of you that are a little more conservative.
Next up was a beautiful leopard print (I'm starting to see a theme here) shirt. I paired it with a stunning pair of black leggings with cut-outs down the side.
God, I look good.
Imagine my surprise when I turned the shirt around and found that it's all lace in the back!! It just adds that little touch of class.
My next outfit was one that you could wear on a casual day out or out to dinner.
It's a cotton-ish top, but, bonus it makes you look like you're wearing a bustier!
I paired it with a pair of sequined pants. The pants weren't lined and the insides of the pants tore at my legs. It hurt.
The last thing that I tried on was easily my favorite. This striped, skin-tight dress. I'm aware that I do not have a super model body but I feel that I must share the picture with you anyway.
Look at those stripes! Nothing says flattering like horizontal AND vertical stripes.
As I was walking out of the dressing room (empty handed, so sad) I spied this little gem.
Where was this dress a month ago? I had a wedding to go to and I really wanted to look like a $2 whore. Dang it.
I'm sure the Kardashians are lovely people. I've been known to watch their (totally scripted) "reality" show on occasion. It's mildly entertaining.
I think their goal with this line was to create "affordable" clothes for everyday people. Well, most of the stuff that I tried on was $99 EACH, including the jumpsuit, the sequined pants and the striped dress.
I think I'll stick to more conservative clothes that don't make me look so foolish.
Disclaimer: This was NOT a sponsored post. The Kardashian's did NOT pay me to review their ridiculous line of clothing, nor was I offered any product for my review. I'm pretty sure I would have thrown it away if I was.