Kourtney Kardashian slammed for recommending fans buy $518 blanket as mom Kris Jenner includes $499 vase on holiday list
KOURTNEY Kardashian and her family were slammed for suggesting a string of expensive Holiday gifts as fans call for them to recommend gifts for "normal people."
The reality star shared her handpicked selections on the lifestyle brand's website along with her mom Kris Jenner and sister's, which was shared to Poosh's Instagram page.
The company posted a pic of Kourtney posing with her famous sisters in their best-dressed attire to celebrate the holiday season.
The snap was credited to little sis Khloe, 38, taken at last year's Christmas festivites.
They captioned the post: "We know you want to know. We’re sharing what the fam is gifting this year with personalized picks from the Kardashians + Jenners 🎁 Shop their holiday gift guide at the link in our bio."
The Poosh founder recommended a Infrared Sauna Blanket priced at $518 on her wish list, while momager Kris picked out The Farmstand vase for a whopping $499.
Khloe also suggested a Kitchen Composter with a cost of $499.
Kim, Kendall, and Kylie chose less expensive, but still lavish products as well.
While some were eager to purchase the featured gifts, others commented at the high price tags on the items.
One user wrote: "Gift guide foGift guide for normal people would be great too. No one is buying a 500 blanket. Let’s be real!"
While a second person pointed out: "Presents we can't afford!!"
Last week, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum shared Instagram snapshots of when she and her fiance Travis Barker arrived in their fancy car in front of the Bel-air hotel.
Kourtney, 42, sat on the passenger side while the drummer posed next to her in the driver's seat.
As they stood in front of their expensive car, the two were wearing matching skeleton pajama onesies.
The duo even had on matching shades to cover their faces.
The rocker had his hands all over his fiance and continued holding hands as they stepped out of the vehicle.
Kourtney captioned the post: "Pulled up to the valet."
Responding in the comments section, Travis wrote: "You are the baddest."
The snap was ahead of the couple's stunning Mexican vacation in honor of Travis' 46th birthday this week.
The newly-engaged pair brought along their brood of children for the celebration, as they begin to combine their two families.
Travis's daughter Alabama documented much of the trip on her Instagram stories, filming her father as they arrived at their luxury hotel.
The Blink-182 rocker was presented with a bouquet of flowers and a full mariachi band.
As the traditional Mexican band sang happy birthday, Travis was presented with a delicious chocolate cake topped with one large candle.
Upon entering their large ocean-front suite, the foyer was covered in festive balloon arrangements, including one with the words: "Happy birthday Travis."
The ocassion marks Travis' first birthday dating the model, as the upcoming holiday season will be a milestone together as well.
Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian's new beau, Pete Davidson is planning his own surprise for his girl.
The SNL star intends to make a good impression for the pair's first Christmas together as sources told HollywoodLife that he wants to gift Kim a special "experience."
“As we get dangerously close to the holidays, Pete has been thinking about what to get Kim for Christmas," an insider revealed to the outlet.
"The only decision he has made is that he would love to make it an experience over a material gift," they added.
The Suicide Squad actor has reportedly been enlisting advice from friends and family for a meaningful present for the model, straying away from material items.
“He has been asking friends and Kim’s family members on some ideas and he is looking to take her somewhere and create an experience that she will always remember over getting her a purse or jewelry or a car or something like that," said the source.
Although the pair have only been romantically linked for about a month, Pete, 28, is putting a lot of thought into the holidays.
“He has been joking to friends that he hopes he can find something for her on Black Friday that she’ll like that would in turn buy him some time for the actual gift he has in mind."
The source joked: "His main goal is to make it as unique as possible because at the end of the day, what do you get the person who literally has everything?
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