Part of the Proceeds From the Kardashian-Jenners’ Latest Clothing Sale Will Go to Puerto Rico Relief

Four members of the Kardashian-Jenner crew (krew?) are selling their clothes on The RealReal once again—and this time part of the proceeds will go to a good cause: hurricane relief in Puerto Rico.

Kourtney, Khloé, Kendall, and Kylie have all listed items from their closets on the luxury consignment site: Coats, sunglasses, booties, pants, bags, and more are all up for grabs—some that you may have even seen on Keeping up With the Kardashians. It’s the eleventh time the family has sold their clothing on The Real Real, and at over 520 pieces, it’s by far the largest one they’ve had.

The Kardashian-Jenners and The Real Real will donate a part of the revenue from this sale to United for Puerto Rico, the fund set up by Beatriz Rosselló, the First Lady of Puerto Rico, to provide aid to those on the island after hurricanes Irma and Maria. The Real Real couldn’t disclose to Glamour exactly what percentage of the proceeds from the sale would go to the organization. Earlier this year Will Smith and his family partnered with the online consignment store on a sale that benefited the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency, E! reported.

Take a look at some of the pieces you can snag before they’re gone. You may recognize some of the pieces, like the red mesh APL sneakers Kourtney has worn in her workout Snapchat stories or that mustard turtleneck Kendall has worn to various appearances (pictured above).


A.L.C. RIB KNIT CROP TOP, Size: XS, $65.00


HUDSON FLARED MID-RISE JEANS, Size: XS, $75.00


STUART WEITZMAN VELVET OVER-THE-KNEE BOOTS, Size: 5, $525.00


THE ROW MILA CASHMERE-BLEND CARDIGAN, Size: XS, $645.00


APL MESH LOW-TOP SNEAKERS, Size: 5.5, $145.00

PT05 STRIPED CUTOUT TOP W/ TAGS, Size: S, $85.00

The only issue is that each item is only available in the size that the Kardashian-Jenners purchased the item in…and once it’s scooped up, it’s gone. You can check out the full sale over at The Real Real.

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