I bought shapewear from Kim Kardashian's Skims & there was a major sizing issue | The Sun

A WOMAN was left baffled after her order from Kim Kardashian's shapewear brand SKIMS appeared extremely small.

Taking to her TikTok account, Whitney Leavitt posted a video of her holding a one-piece from the famed brand and looking entirely confused.


In her recording, it was apparent that the social media influencer was not sure how she would squeeze into the garment, writing "Kimmy K how is this supposed to fit me??"

The piece, a nude unitard with ruching on the chest, had thick arm straps holding it up.

Leavitt wore a look of amusement on her face as she showcased it to the camera, displaying it to her 1.8 million followers.

Tagging SKIMS in her video caption, she wrote: "I'm scared."

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Leavitt was trying the sculpting bodysuit mid thigh with open gusset, costing $68.

People in the comments section of Leavitt's clip assured her that she had nothing to worry about.

There was a common sentiment among viewers that since it was shapewear, the garment would definitely fit.

"I’ve seen so many videos of this but it really does stretch out I promise you," wrote one person.

With a bit of sass, another spectator said: "Just put it on, no one understands what stretchiness is."

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"It's shapewear, it's normal," mentioned a third.

"It’s supposed to be like that though, or it won’t be doing its job."

"Babe it’s shapewear, it’s supposed to be like that."

"It stretches to your size. That's how it works," a final person said.

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