Khloe Kardashian reveals her thrifty jewelry must-haves


The Kardashians are filthy rich and Khloe Kardashian is no exception so color us shocked to learn that she shops for jewelry just like the rest of us. 

Would you ever guess that Khloe Kardashian shops at Claire’s? That’s right, one of the stars of Keeping Up With The Kardashians buys her jewelry, specifically her hoop earrings, from that store in the mall that so many teenage girls love. The reason for it makes total sense but when you can afford as many pairs of earrings as you want and from much more expensive stores, admitting that Claire’s is the go-to makes Khloe a special kind of frugal.

Khloe Kardashian is known for sporting some pretty big hoop earrings. She even wears them to the gym and often opts not to take her ear-wear off while she’s working out.

On Sunday, Twitter user @ChelseaStables asked Khloe where she gets her big hoop earrings. Khloe, being about as fan-friendly as reality stars get, answered very honestly. And we love what she said!

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Who knew that Khloe was this frugal? Also, thanks for that tip about Nine West. Who knew they sold more than purses, wallets, and shoes?

Possibly the most practical Kardashian, Khloe had the best response to another tweeter, who (lovingly) couldn’t believe that Khloe shops at Claire’s. ““I would have never guessed you shopped at Claire’s lol I thought they would be some fancy shit,” she wrote. To which Khloe responded, “Hoops are hoops.”

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No wonder Kim Kardashian teases her little sister about her style so much. Considering some of the high-end jewelry that Kim has shown off on social media over the years, it’s hard to imagine that she would ever offend her ears with the cheap metals that make up a Claire’s hoop earring. Ultimately, this latest bit of information makes Khloe a lot more relatable. It also means that maybe Claire’s should hit her up for their next ad campaign.