Beauty mogul Kylie Jenner launched her swimwear line ‘Kylie Swim’ on September 17 and ever since facing stiff criticism over the same from the buyers all across social media. Women all over TikTok, Twitter and Instagram regarded Kylie Swim as “Horrendous”, “Cheap”, “See-through”, “Unwearable” and what’s not? Some users even commented that the swimwear was perhaps made by her 3-year-old daughter, Stormi.
Jenner teased the launch of Kylie Swim via her Instagram profile that garnered a lot of anticipation from fans. Unfortunately, the launch didn’t bring good taste to the buyers.
Kylie Swim reviews
A TikToker with the username @briannaxrenee uploaded a video of herself unboxing the Caicos bathing suit. The video has gotten over 15 million views. She films close-ups of the seams, which appear to show uneven stitchwork and tears. At one point, she holds up the bottom part of a swimsuit to the light to show the lack of a lining in the clothing.
Another TikToker named Jessica Anderson, with TikTok username @tinytello, posted a two-part review that has garnered over 4.1 million views so far. She mentions that she is a swimwear designer herself. She starts by praising the design of the swimsuit, calling it “very unique and cool” and on the contrary adds “I’m confused how I wear this in public confidently where everyone can see every square inch of my body,”
“I’m completely and totally disappointed that this is completely see-through,”
“The fact that no one caught that this is completely see-through blows my mind. I’m sure they did because they had to Photoshop some of their photos to make this work.”
“For me, it comes down to lack of integrity as a business owner and an entrepreneur. When you put something out, you want people who are spending their hard-earned money on it to be a good high-quality product.”
Another customer named Laura Lee with TikTok username @laura88lee said,
“One sudden move, everything is going to be out,” she says. “I won’t be wearing this anywhere. It looks cute on, but it’s not practical.”
Some reviews on Twitter that caught our attention,
Jenner’s swimwear launch came a week before her new brand, Kylie Baby, was released on Tuesday. In a press release from Coty, Kylie Cosmetics’ parent company, the line is described as baby-care products that are “safe, gentle, clean, and conscious.”