Since Kylie Jenner announced she was pregnant, the pregnant media mogul millionaire slashed entrepreneur has been incredibly busy, releasing two new businesses back-to-back on top of that.
Kylie Cosmetics, Kylie Skin, and Kylie Swim Kylie Baby are just a few of the fast-expanding brands owned by the beauty mogul. There was a lot of excitement for Kylie's first-ever swimwear collection before it debuted on September 17th. One-pieces ($80) and classic triangular bikinis ($40) are among Kylie Jenner's brilliantly colored swimwear options, but shoppers on TikTok aren't satisfied, complaining that the quality is subpar.
Recently, social media has become inundated with negative reviews of the line, with fans labeling the pieces "horrendous" and "cheap."
There are also videos of TikTok users showing their brand-new clothes with loose threads and snags, leading others to joke that Kylie Jenner's 3-year-old daughter Stormi manufactured them.
For many, the see-through bikinis did not impress, especially given their $80 price tag. Several customers complained on social media platform TikTok that the "Kylie" branding on the bathing suit's interior could be seen right through its material.
The lack of coverage and support given by the bathing suits was also a common complaint, with one TiKTok user noting that she couldn't try them on camera because the suit "shows everything."
As Kylie put them, "These were made for her body... Someone on Reddit stated, "She's not your typical chick." Neither I nor anyone I know could squeeze into these without something escaping. Because of the restricted number of bodies that could fit in these, I fail to see why she would release them.
There has been a lot of backlash on social media over the Kylie Swim items because of the "integrity" of the millionaire business owner who created them. "Next time I go away, I'm taking this with me. Because the pool is transparent, I doubt I'll be able to swim in it "@makeupshayla, a beauty Instagram star, tweeted: "Honey, I hope the next drop is double lined because you can't get wet in this."
Following the launch of her cosmetics line in 2015 and a skincare line in 2019, Jenner now has a range of swimwear to complement it. Kylie Jenner debuted a baby care line, dubbed Kylie Baby, on Tuesday to go along with her new swim line.