|The Kardashian Kollection ad campaign was shot by Annie Leibovitz. I'm not kidding.|
You’re silently judging me right now aren’t you? Stop it. I get it; Sears isn’t a popular place with my crowd. Well, stop being such a poser, because if you’re within three degrees of me, chances are that you weren’t hopping on the school bus clad in brand name blue jeans. We all have memories of Sears, whether it was buying back-to-school clothes as a child, or dying of embarrassment as a teenager while sitting in the waiting room of the Sears Tire Center with your mother.
Anyway, so the Kardashian Kollection hit Sears stores recently. Since I’m a frequent visitor to the Sears parking garage at the mall, (is there anywhere else to park?) I decided to peruse the Kardashian Kollection. Yes, you read that correctly, they’re spelling “collection” with a “K”. Kris, Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall & Kylie just love them K’s!
As expected, the “Kollection” is heavy on animal prints, sequins, bustiers, hooker heels, lycra leggings and padded bras. Some have referred to the line as the “Peg Bundy collection,” and while I appreciate the clever 80’s humor, I have to say, it’s not that bad. Don’t get me wrong, this ain't no Missoni for Target, but a few Kardashian pieces might even class up a few of the Jersey Shore girls’ closets.
I'd wear the short sequined jacket, wouldn't you?
Clearly, the Rachel Zoe Project's Jeremiah was not consulted on the KK display.
Hey, these girls date NBA players, maybe we should take a page from their bedroom book.
Christina Applegate dons a Kardashian Kollection inspired halter dress in Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead.
So next time you’re in the market for a power tool or Scott Disick approved lingerie, why not consider swinging by your local Sears.