I tried Kim Kardashian’s viral Skims products – there was a major problem with the sweats | The Sun

WHEN a Skims shopper received her order for the latest loungewear in Kim Kardashian's collection, she was surprised by which items were a perfect fit.

Others looked completely different than she anticipated and one pair of sweatpants, in particular, left her feeling anxious and exposed.

On her YouTube channel, makeup artist Cheryl primarily shares tutorials and product reviews for the best in beauty.

When Cheryl's recent Skims order arrived, she was excited to try on the viral products she ordered from the brand and she shared her honest impressions with viewers.

Cheryl had ordered from Skims before but didn't get a chance to try the viral Soft Lounge Slip Dress, $78.

When she finally bought the dress in a medium, Cheryl was thrilled to find it exceeded her expectations.


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"This dress fits perfectly," she said. "I can see why everyone says this dress flatters all."

She also bought the long-sleeve version of the dress, but she was surprised by how different the fit looked.

"I thought I was going to like this one more," Cheryl admitted, holding up the Long-Sleeve Lounge Dress, $88.

"It is fairly wide at the shoulder," she explained, which meant the dress didn't fit her quite as well up top as the tank style.

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Cheryl was also surprised to find the dress showed more cleavage than she expected.

"I thought this would be a little more coverage," she admitted. "It dips pretty low on me."

Moving on to shapewear, Cheryl immediately loved the Sculpting Bodysuit, $62, which looked tiny when she first unpacked it.

"I'm definitely usually not a small, so I thought maybe I should size up in it. I didn't, and I'm so glad," she said.

The small/medium fit her perfectly and cinched her in all the right places.

A longtime Skims fan, Cheryl said she waited ages to order the Soft Lounge Robe, $88.

As soon as it was back in stock, she ordered, and it was another big winner when it finally arrived.

"This is the robe I wear with all my slip dresses," she said. "The length in the arms and the body is perfect."

Moving on to loungewear, Cheryl encountered some confusing sizing.

For example, she ordered the Cotton Fleece Bralette, $44 in her regular size, but it looked very small when it arrived.

"At the bottom, it has that tie," she explained. "It does loosen up and you can tie it a little bit tighter if you need."

Once she adjusted the bralette, it fit perfectly.

"If you ever wondered how wearing a bra with a fleece lining feels…it feels amazing," she added.

Meanwhile, the Cotton Fleece Jogger, $68, was oversized to the point of risk.

"This fits my body like an XL," Cheryl said, holding up the sweats she'd ordered in a medium.

"If it didn't have this tie on it, these would actually slip right off my body," she confessed.

That means if their drawstring disappears in the wash, she's out of luck.

"If I were to ever lose the string I'd be unable to wear these pants," Cheryl said.

She found the Cotton Fleece Zip-Up Hoodie, $72, to be very comfortable, but she wished it had a drawstring like the pants and bralette.

"Again, this is very, very oversized," Cheryl warned.

On top of that, it didn't fit her like a regular hoodie – but it wasn't a full crop top, either.

"It's a little too long to classify it as cropped," she said, confused. "It's just an odd length for my torso."

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