A FASHION fan dropped $1,700 on used clothing from the Kardashians, only to find a gross item stuffed inside Kim's boots – but that wasn't the worst part of her experience.
While trying the boots on for her unboxing video, the star learned exactly why superstar Kim would get rid of the leather shoes.
YouTube personality Laura Lee bought two shirts, a pair of pants, a skirt, and one pair of boots from Kardashian Kloset, all of which previously belonged to members of the famous family.
With shipping and taxes, the order total came out to $1,783.40. Almost half that amount came from one item: a pair of boots previously owned by Kim Kardashian.
Lee saved the boots to open and try on last, first choosing to unwrap a Charlotte Knowles shirt that had belonged to Kylie Jenner.
"It smells like a person," Lee said, taking a deep whiff.
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The sheer, periwinkle top had long sleeves and a high, lettuce-scalloped neckline, both 1990s design elements that Kylie has embraced.
"It's very trendy right now," Lee said. "I'm into it, it's very cute."
Next up was a long, black skirt by Olivia von Halle, one of Kendall Jenner's favorite designers.
"I can definitely see Kendall wearing a skirt like this," Lee said as she inspected the silky fabric.
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The simple skirt was just a little shorter than floor-length, with a slim silhouette that still allowed for draping.
"It's very elegant, very classic. I don't see any signs of staining, wear or tear," she added.
The next item Lee unwrapped, a Callipygian ribbed button-down with a collar, was in line with Kendall's style as well.
"This top is adorable," a pleased Lee declared as she inspected the shiny buttons. And at $100, the top didn't break the bank.
Lee said she spent more money on this batch of Kardashian clothes than some of her other hauls, but most of the items were actually less expensive than what's often on offer on the website.
"The pieces I got were not that crazy," Lee explained.
Returning to Kylie's closet for another piece of clothing, Lee revealed a pair of new-with-tag Markoo leather pants.
"They're a pleated trouser and they're so heavy and nice feeling," Lee described.
But she had reservations about the built-in belted waistband. "I don't know that they're going to fit," she admitted.
Finally, Lee unwrapped the item she was most excited about: black Aquazzura boots, once owned by Kim Kardashian.
Lee spent $800 on the tall, black boots, which were luckily her size.
"I'm impressed by how much cooler they look in person than online," an excited Lee told viewers.
Upon her initial inspection, Lee said the boots seemed to be unworn.
"They look like they're pretty much in mint condition, they look perfect," Lee said.
"Maybe she tried them on and they didn't work out."
Lee was eager to try on the boots, but when she reached into one of them, she pulled out a stained, dirty rag.
"I just pulled a dirty rag out of my used Kardashian boot," Lee said, brandishing the cloth at the camera.
"I don't know whose dirty cloth this is. What if one of her kids put it in there?" she theorized.
Once the rag was set aside, Lee tried the boots on. At first, the boots seemed snug on her calves, but still very chic – then she made a devastating discovery
"Just standing here, the boot broke already," Lee said in disbelief.
She held her foot up to the camera to show where the heel of her $800 boots had simply popped right off.
"No wonder Kim doesn't want these boots," Lee said. "They're terrible. The boots are trash."
Luckily, the rest of Lee's items were a better fit, with the exception of the leather trousers that were extra-long on five-foot-four Lee.
"I thought these would be cute and I was dead wrong," Lee said.
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