KIM Kardashian's hot summer swimsuit pictures broke the internet as she and Khloe proudly posed in Skims' new metallic line.
Fashion fanatic J Devinci bought a couple of pieces to see if the swimwear was worth its steep price.
J's YouTube series consists of honest reviews on high-priced items.
As an avid Skims fan and loyal customer, it's safe to say she's familiar with the brand's quality.
From their Soft Lounge collection to their Outdoor Basics and Fits Everybody collections, J's tried it all.
In her recent video, she puts the metallic collection to the test after spending $406 on five of the pieces.
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One eager viewer commented: "I’ve been waiting for your review!"
She tries everything in a size large and the nickel color, except one suit in the champagne shade.
She refrains from getting anything in gold.
She admits: "The gold is a little too cheap for my liking."
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Although she loves Skims, J also says that the styles she chose and the metallic in general are "not her cup of tea."
Nevertheless, she begins the haul by trying the Metallic Swim Cut-Out Monokini for $108.
This suit is designed to cover a small fraction of the chest and bikini area, leaving the stomach exposed.
J tries this suit in both nickel and champagne but prefers the nickel.
"I LOVE the silver that's my favorite," one viewer agreed.
As the racerback style creates a looser fit under the boob area, J questions whether she should've gotten a size medium.
"The large is kind of tight at the bottom… underneath like boob area, it's kind of loose under the boobs," she says.
Exposing a little more skin than she normally would, the suit props her boobs up and out from the top and on the sides.
"I think it's cute, definitely something out of my element, but when it comes to actually swimming, I do want to see how it actually is to wear in the water," she explains.
J tries the $78 Metallic Swim Sarong Mini Skirt on top of the one-piece.
She explains that the materials are the same and of good quality.
Following this cheeky suit, J puts on the Metallic Swim Mock Neck Tank and the Metallic Swim Dipped Mid Waist Bottoms.
The top is $64, and the bottoms are $48.
Her comfort zone is tested again with this mock neck top because it is a little more full coverage than she's used to.
However, J admits that this style is fun but mainly functional because you can wear it in the water and out somewhere.
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While the top may cover more area, the bottoms are saucier.
Overall, J says: "If you guys are able to get your hands on Skims swim, it's one of the best swimsuits that I own. I like how you get what you pay for."
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