Kim Kardashian is known for many things, one of those things being skin tight clothes. From latex bodycon dresses to spandex jumpsuits, the celeb is known for squeezing herself into the tightest of tight clothing. While Kardashian works out like a beast to maintain her killer body she’s also super honest about her love of shapewear when it comes to achieving that flawless, sleek look in her clothes. So it makes perfect sense that, after years of trying almost every shapewear brand on the market, she decided to develop her own line: Skims Solutionwear.

Developed with everyday women in mind, SKIMS aims to be a shapewear brand that offers real solutions for women we want to look and feel more confident in their clothes. Compared to a lot of other shapewear brands out there, Kim’s line is much more diverse when it comes to shades and sizes. All the garments are available in 9 different colours and sizes range from XXS to 5XL, offering a solution for every woman.

SKIMS Solutionwear

The début SKIMS collection went on sale on 10 September, selling a reported $2 million of product in the first few minutes after going live on the SKIMS website. Now, a few days later, the first reviews are in and women are singing the praises of this exciting new shapewear range that seems to truly work for all shapes, sizes, and skin colours.

The range includes everything from full bodysuits and core-control panties to two-piece sets and even underwear with prices starting from $24 (about R350) for the shapewear. The entire collection can be shopped online from the SKIMS website.

But, as amazing as they sound, there’s one caveat: they’re not available in South Africa. So, how do you get them?

How do I get SKIMS to South Africa?

SKIMS Solutionwear

The solution to opening up the figurative doors to overseas online shopping, allowing you to now shop for anything you see on the US or UK eBay marketplaces, is Postbox Courier.

With Postbox Courier, you get a personal postbox address in New York City, London, and other hubs across the world. You can then use this address to ask the eBay seller to send the package there, and the trusty team at Postbox Courier will ensure to get it from there right back here to your doorstep in the good ol’ Republic.

You can even combine orders at the depots before sending them to SA, so that means you can bundle a handful of orders from Amazon, eBay, and other online stores before consolidating them and sending it over.

Postbox Courier is FREE to sign-up, and they’ve even got a handy calculator on their homepage to let you estimate what your shipping costs will be.

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