I bought my first Skims haul & want to give a brutally honest review – the bodysuit looks cheap & has poor tailoring | The Sun

A TIKTOKER gave a brutally honest review on her first Skims haul, claiming that the bodysuit looked cheap and had poor tailoring.

Emma Jeanae has over 41,000 followers on TikTok and making all kinds of content, including the occasional fashion review.

After receiving her first order of Kim Kardashian’s shapewear, she said she just had to give her thoughts about it.

“I just got my first ever Skims order and I’m gonna tell you guys what I think,” she said in the three-minute clip.

“Because if you guys are thinking about ordering Skims or about ordering any of the items I’m showing you, I would have wanted to see the same video.”

The clip then cuts to Emma wearing a black, long-sleeve bodysuit, which she said looks “kind of cute.”

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However, Emma stated that she would be returning the bodysuit because it was $80 and she believes she could get a nicer, more well-made bodysuit for cheaper on Amazon.

She was also frustrated that the straps on her bra were peaking through the scoop-neck of the body suit.

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The main reason why Emma said she wanted to return that item was due to the frayed edges of the neckline. 

“It’s literally like they took a pair of scissors and, like, cut it and they sent it out,” she said.

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“It looks so cheap.”

The next piece she ordered was a black cotton-ribbed tank top that was $34 which was much higher quality than the bodysuit.

“I think I’ll be keeping this.”

The last item was the same as the tank top but in ivory, but Emma said she was unsure about her feelings on the color.

“Overall, tank tops probably a yes. I’ll probably end up keeping them,” she said.

“The bodysuit is an absolutely not.

“It’s just overall cheaply made.”

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