I spent hundreds on Kylie Swim bikinis – they were seriously inappropriate & left nothing to the imagination

FANS of the Kardashian family were eager to try every item from Kylie Jenner's new swim line when it debuted, but one fashion blogger's honest assessment might make buyers think twice.

A YouTube review exposed the bikini and one-piece swimsuits as shockingly thin, to the point of being see-through.

Fashion blogger Mia Maples was excited to receive the swimsuits she spent hundreds on, even though at first blush, they seemed a bit risqué.

"They're all very strappy," Maples said on camera as she unboxed her shopping haul.

Feeling the fabric, she was surprised to find that none of the swimsuits had padding or liners.

"I heard they were thin but I didn't realize they would be this thin," she confessed.


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To preserve her modesty, Maples put on leggings and a bra to wear underneath the swimsuits – and it's a good thing she did.

The first item she tried on was an $80 one-piece in a lovely sunset hue.

The aptly named style, Cut It Out, featured creative cutouts and a high-cut thong silhouette.

Maples put the swimsuit on and was instantly uncomfortable with the translucent fabric, which barely covered her body and shifted awkwardly over her chest and hips.

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She said that she was glad to have on a bra and leggings, so the video wouldn't be "x-rated."

"As you can see," Maples said, without another layer underneath, "it would've been."

"It's just not one of those swimsuits that is flattering or comfortable," Maples summarized.

Luckily, the next swimsuit was a little more substantial: Maples paired a Triangle Top and Bottom, which retail for $40 each, with a $45 sarong from the brand.

"The fabric is really nice and soft and smooth," Maples said, noting that while the fabric was thin, it was less see-through than the lighter colors of the previous suit.

She also liked the details on the swimsuit, like the metal tassels, and said the beautiful sarong was "so luxe-feeling."

For the triangle bikini, the fabric wasn't as problematic as the cut of the suit itself.

To demonstrate her meaning, Maples brought out her favorite everyday swimsuit and showed how the cut compared to the Kylie swimwear.

The bottom of her usual swimwear was double the size of the Kylie swimsuit.

"Whatever you have down there, this isn't going to cover very well," Maples warned.

Once it was on her body, Maples said that it was much more comfortable than the prior swimsuit, but still not comfortable enough to wear to the beach.

"I like this one actually," Maples said, but wouldn't spend $80 on it again.

Next, she tried on the $85 style named after the beauty mogul herself: the Kylie.

Maples opened the package and her response was immediate disbelief.

"Oh my gosh, what in the world," she asked as she unwrapped the strappy swimsuit.

Eager to try it on, Maples noticed there was lots of bunching and gathering around her chest, and that the fun silhouette just didn't sit right on her body.

"It looks a little bit ill-fitting on me," Maples said. "This is not a flattering swimsuit."

Finally, she broke out another $80 one-piece, the August swimsuit in a bright yellow color.

Of all the swimsuits Maples ordered, the August was the first style to show immediate signs of structural issues.

"This is our first sign of some problem here," she said, pointing out fraying around the crotch.

After trying to untangle the highlighter-yellow one-piece, Maples finally figured out where the straps would sit on her body.

"Let's put this spaghetti noodle on," she declared.

Not only did she struggle to cover her body and keep straps in place, but Maples was horrified to see that where the other suits were translucent, the yellow suit was completely see-through.

"You can see the Kylie Swimwear logo that's on the inside," she pointed out.

Maples even tried on the swimsuit without added coverage of a bra underneath – and had to censor the x-rated portion of the video that followed.

"Were these even tested in the water at all?" she wondered.

"I feel a little bit uncomfortable with how much I disliked the pieces," Maples admitted.

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Though she acknowledged that designers and manufacturers worked hard on the designs, the poor quality of the fabric made them practically unwearable.

"I was expecting better quality from a billionaire," Maples said in summary.

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