Kim Kardashian shows off $5K vintage Dolce & Gabbana corset & panties after family's accused of flaunting their wealth

KIM Kardashian has shown off her $5K vintage Dolce & Gabbana bejeweled corset and panties after her family has been continuously accused of flaunting their wealth.

The billionaire flaunted the rare look as she launched her new nine-step skincare line, SKKN, with a price tag of nearly $650.

Kim, 41, took to Instagram to share the way she styled her vintage Dolce & Gabbana outfit.

She paired the bejeweled silver corset top with matching high-waisted brief panties over top of a black bodysuit.

The designer fall 1991 corset top alone is re-selling on websites for nearly $4K, with the matching briefs going for $1K.

Kim showed off her sparkly outfit as she lounged in a chair, held a rose between her teeth, and posed between some mirrors.

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As many fans clamored over her glittery look, the $5K outfit comes as the Kardashian family has been slammed for continuously flaunting their wealth.


Kim was slammed for spoiling her three-year-old son Psalm with an emerald chain necklace.

Ajay Anand, CEO of Rare Carat Diamond Marketplace, told The Sun the impressive piece could be worth nearly $200K.

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The jewelry designer exclusively told The Sun that the unique chain appeared to "contain over 40 carats of emeralds" of square-shaped and rectangular cuts.

Ajay continued: "Often, jewelry designers will resort to using smaller emerald sizes in the chain to keep prices down; it is clear that no expense was spared here on quite a chunky design."

The diamond expert also pointed out: "What is unusual and not as exclusive about this necklace is that it seems to combine different emerald shades.

"Usually, high-end jewelry would stay consistent to one shade and one country of origin. Perhaps that is a sign that their jeweler is cutting a few corners."


Kim was slammed for being "out of touch" with her unattainable wealth when she "urged fans" to buy a $25K Hermès bag.

The star had posted an add for the pricey Kelly mini bag on her former app.

Kim's app launched in 2015, in which she shared pregnancy secrets, beauty and workout tips, live-streamed with fans, and hosted giveaways for subscribers.

The app, along with her sisters', stopped being updated in 2019 as fans didn't want to pay to get updates from the reality stars.

Her app cost $3 per month for exclusive content and giveaways.

This was Kim's second attempt at an app after she launched Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, which is still available to play via iPhone or iPad.

One Reddit user posted the screenshot of the ad with the title, "Back when Kim had an app give suggestions to her fans on what to buy."

The advertisement read: "It's a perfect size! I'm obsessed with mini bags right now. They're the perfect accessories if you want to carry around the essentials. Below shop some of my favorite styles."

The picture below had the picture of the black bag and a gold snap along with the price.

Fans retaliated on social media slamming Kim over the price of the handbag.

"Even if I could afford to spend that much money on a bag, I still wouldn’t," someone commented.

Other fans in the comments were telling others that you can get the same exact bag on sites like Wish or Shein for less than $10.


For Kim's most recent business venture, she announced she is launching her own nine-step skincare line, SKKN BY KIM, which is valued at nearly $650.

Fans have been clapping back against Kim after a wild interview with the New York Times, as the billionaire called the high price of her line "a necessity."

Specifically, she told NYT the $95 face oil will give customers "the glow of a lifetime."

The reality star bragged: "The products I was using that were comparable were way more expensive, not to compare anything.

"I tried to get the quality for the best price that we could, especially the vitamin C serum."

When asked how she will explain the high price to her 315 million Instagram followers, when the majority of them "likely won't be able to afford it," she quipped the line is for the "prestigious."

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The controversial star also said she would "try anything to look younger."

She said: "If you told me that I literally had to eat poop every single day and I would look younger, I might. I just might."

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