SHOPPING haul videos are even more exciting when they include a celebrity cameo – or the appearance of a celebrity's clothes.
One Kardashian fan spent $993 on clothing that once belonged to Kendall Jenner, but when the clothes arrived, she found they were too snug and even had stains.
YouTube personality Roxi Janiszewska spent close to $1,000 on just three pieces of clothing.
She unboxed and tried on the outfits for her 4.54million YouTube subscribers, but gave a warning before she began unwrapping the items.
"I am going to be a creep, and I am going to smell every single item of clothing," Janiszewska said with a laugh.
First, Janiszewska unboxed an Alessandra Rich dress that Kendall has been photographed in a number of times. Janiszewska paid $499 for the polka-dot dress.
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"I don't have a single dress that is that costly," the YouTube star confessed.
"If I saw this in a shop with that price tag attached to it, I definitely would've walked right past."
She took a deep whiff of the outfit, which confirmed it was recently cleaned.
When trying it on, Janiszewska was excited by the puffed sleeves and chic belt and delighted by how perfectly it fit.
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"I'm just in love with this dress," she said. "I didn't think I would like it as much as I do.
She had one minor qualm with the semi-transparent fabric.
"It's a little bit sheer, but it's not the end of the world," Janiszewska said.
Next, she unwrapped a knitted bodysuit from the brand Magda Butrym, which sold on the Kardashian Closet website for $299.
"I think it looks a little bit big," Janiszewska said, inspecting the stitching on the bodysuit.
Seeing it in person, the fashion YouTuber was upset by how much she paid.
"I could get this from ASOS," she said. "Spending $300 on this makes me want to cry."
Janiszewska chose a Nili Lotan skirt to pair with the bodysuit.
The long, silk skirt, in the same ivory shade as the bodysuit, cost her $195.
"This was the cheapest thing I could find on the whole website," she explained.
The long, flowy skirt had a high leg slit, where Janiszewska noted a "tiny bit of damage," but that wasn't all.
"I didn't think I would be lucky enough to have Kendall Jenner's stained clothes," she joked.
She pointed out two faint marks on the skirt, which appeared to be some foundation or another oily substance.
"Kendall, what did you spill on this?" Janiszewska asked aloud.
She then tried on the outfit, and while she loved the way it looked, she wasn't thrilled about how the pieces felt.
"I have to be honest, I just squeezed into this skirt," she confessed. "It is super tight in the waist."
The bodysuit was short on her torso as well, so Janiszewska had to keep pulling it up to cover her chest.
The unforgiving silk material of the skirt also showed the outline of the knitted bodysuit.
"Any kind of underwear you wear under this, you will be able to see," she warned.
She loved the high-quality bodysuit, though, as well as the flattering cut of the beachy skirt.
Overall, the YouTube star planned to keep all her new clothes, but she admitted to being upset about how much she spent.
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"I can't believe I spent $1,000 on three pieces of clothing," Janiszewska said.
"I think that's the worst thing I've ever done, financially, on this channel so far."
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