Kylie Jenner slammed for ‘terrible’ swim line quality: ‘It isn’t cool’

Kylie Jenner is facing backlash from fans after launching her eponymous swim line on Sept. 17.

Kylie Swim has a pretty limited variety but offers brightly colored swimsuits, including cutout one-pieces, triangle bikinis and matching sarongs. The most expensive item is $80.

Customers on TikTok recently started releasing their reviews, with several slamming the low quality, poor seams and see-through materials.

TikTok user Shayla (@makeupshayla) racked up over 1 million views on her recent review of the line and stated, “You need to be waxed, lasered … If you have any hair down there, it’s gonna show.” Shayla added that she’d only wear the line for photoshoots instead of actually swimming.

“$80 for Kylie Swim was not worth it,” a Twitter user posted on Sept. 23. “Material [was] not even all that and this s*** [is] see-through. Only cute on pics.”

“Don’t even get me started,” one TikTok reviewer said. “The seaming looks terrible and it is so paper-thin.”

Others joked that Shein, an infamous fast fashion line similar to Fashion Nova, “would never” make such poor quality products.


But overall, customers seemed disappointed in Jenner, whose net worth is an estimated $700 million.

With Kylie’s baby skincare line β€” of course, named Kylie Baby β€” fans wonder if the business mogul will ever stop churning out products.

“That’s what you get from buying from a billionaire who literally doesn’t care,” one TikToker pointed out in a comment.

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