Kylie Jenner has just launched, Kylie Swim, a range of sexy swimsuits that have arrived just in time for the Australian summer! But the swimwear has gone viral on TikTok for all the wrong reasons.
Jenner released her new swimwear line in September – though she’d been teasing it for months and the official Kylie Swim Instagram already has 900k followers.
Jenner, who has amassed a staggering 272 million followers on Instagram, is known for her love of a good swimwear look, and Jenner wrote on Instagram, “This first drop is so special to me.”
However, the swimwear line has gone viral on TikTok. Users have shared that after purchasing the swimwear they’ve found it to be see-through and have claimed it has faulty stitching.
TikToker, Briannaxrenee, posted a video, expressing her disappointment with the quality of the swimwear. The video has been ‘liked’ by 1.7 million people and has had over 11 million views.
Another TikTok user, Leila.ta3swim posted a video pointing out that the swimwear seemed unsupportive for natural breasts. This received over 2.5 million views and over 300 hundred thousand likes.
Meanwhile, another TikTok user did a ‘try-on’ and pointed out the swimwear seemed unable to cover vital body parts – like your vagina. The video received 4.4 million views and 300k views.
Jenner has yet to respond to quality concerns about her new swimwear line.
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