A KYLIE Swim customer says the star’s swimsuits make her look like she’s been flossed – and she doesn’t talk about her teeth.
Kathryn Mueller spent $320 on three swimsuits and a cover-up from the reality TV star’s beach brand, but says the fit and quality were worse than she could have imagined.
“So Tried Kylie Swim and it’s worse than I thought,” she says.
First, she complained that the fabric was incredibly thin, leaving little to the imagination.
“These jumpsuits are so sheer you can literally read care instructions through them,” she said, showing off the bottom of a yellow bathing suit.
Care instructions and logo printed inside are fully visible from the outside.
“Clearly TikTok wouldn’t let me try them on with nothing underneath, so we’ll be wearing this bodysuit and trying on costumes,” she continued.
First, she donned the $80 Cut It Out monokini, which is currently sold out.
“There’s just no coverage at all here. I tried wearing this without the bodysuit — I was flossed,” she said.
“Front and back. Just dental floss. That’s not what I want from my bathing suit.”
She also thought that a weird thin strap on the left side was a mistake because it didn’t “work”.
“It’s also just a little sore with the simple lining and thick stitching around it. It’s just, like, cutting everywhere I didn’t want it to be. So that’s a no for this one,” said she said, giving a thumbs down sign.
By the time she tried on her second purchase, the $80 August style, she said she “started to wonder, who are these suits supposed to work for?”
She called August the “worst”, saying she normally wears a size small swimsuit, but the size medium fits her too well.
She then gestured to wear the fabric at the top of the falling swimsuit, noting that it barely covered her breasts – with just an inch of fabric around her nipples.
“A slight movement and I’m out,” she said.
“I will say I can be all for a revealing costume, but it has to at least hold me back a bit and I don’t think these are going to hold up for that.
“I think even sitting the wrong way you would have a problem,” she added.
The best was a $40 triangle bikini, but Kathryn complained that she has at least three other more affordable suits that look just like her but are much better.
“I really need more than just one layer of fabric,” she said.
Finally, she bought a $40 sarong, which she said was pretty cute but overpriced.
Kathryn posted her video on TikTok in October, racking up 7.2 million likes.
“I bought this as soon as it launched, so I had no idea it was bad,” she admitted.
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