It’s no secret that the Kardashian-Jenner clan loves Instagram. With the sisters combined following of over 376 million fans around the globe, it’s safe to say that Instagram loves the KarJenners right back. And whether you love them or hate them, you cannot deny the obvious: the sisters all have some seriously enviably wardrobes.

When it comes to bags specifically, their collections truly blow us away, so we took to Instagram to find the best bags on Kylie Jenner‘s account. It turns out that, as we suspected, Kylie has a pretty impressive collection. She, along with her countless fan accounts, loves to snap and share her latest carries. Check out our roundup below!

Gucci Python Shoulder Bag
$4,400 via Gucci

https://www.instagram.com/p/BQRgPQdD-iU/?taken-by=kyliejenner.shoot

Hermès Birkin
shop Hermès via Vestiaire Collective

https://www.instagram.com/p/BPuyIS-Bjvu/?taken-by=kylie_jenner

Hermès Birkin
shop Hermès via Vestiaire Collective

https://www.instagram.com/p/BQ_2amgBV6c/?taken-by=kyliejenner

Hermès Birkin
shop Hermès via Vestiaire Collective

https://www.instagram.com/p/BO-qgXwhXTV/?taken-by=kyliejenner

Hermès Birkin
shop Hermès via Vestiaire Collective

https://www.instagram.com/p/BKrdDvKB_Z-/

Louis Vuitton Pochette Métis
$1,780 via Louis Vuitton

https://www.instagram.com/p/BRewPYBhxi9/?taken-by=kyliejenner

Hermès Kelly
shop Hermès via Vestiaire Collective

https://www.instagram.com/p/BJlqypaBB8c/

Hermès Kelly
shop Hermès via Vestiaire Collective

https://www.instagram.com/p/BRilI-Wl-za/?taken-by=kyliejenner

Gucci Sylvie Bag
$3,500 via Gucci

https://www.instagram.com/p/BJtQehWh_vm/

Fendi Emoticon Backpack
$7,250 via Barneys

https://www.instagram.com/p/BKBgG7IhXE2/

Louis Vuitton Camera Box Bag
$3,950 via Louis Vuitton

https://www.instagram.com/p/BLXFeTMBEND/

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bellebellebelle189
bellebellebelle189
5 years ago

I once knew a very rich heiress whose mother told her that no girl in her teens needed a bag that was over $1000. I think that is a good rule to live by.

Sparky
Sparky
5 years ago

Agreed. I know several people who buy LV for their kids starting from 10-years-old. Subsequently kids are messed up.

Smithy
Smithy
5 years ago

$1000? How about $100?

bellebellebelle189
bellebellebelle189
5 years ago
Reply to  Smithy

Also depends on your means. For me and many others, a teenager spending $1000 on anything is absurd. For people like this girl I knew, $1000 was quite a limit considering she could have bought many $10k Birkins with her family’s means. It’s important for kids to learn patience and work and not just demand mindlessly and expect instant gratification. But it seems like the Jenners/Kardashians have no limits on their spending.

Yoshi1296
Yoshi1296
5 years ago

I agree. I received my first designer bag at the age of 17. My mom promised me a Celine Phantom tote only after she saw my school results. I graduated with honors and got into my first choice college with a full scholarship. I think anyone deserves anything if they work hard for it. I didn’t need a Celine at 17, but it was a goal for me and I achieved it.

Imgoingbroke
Imgoingbroke
5 years ago
Reply to  Yoshi1296

Yoshi, congrats on your full ride to the College of your choice. You worked hard to get your grades, you deserved what you worked towards. Good luck in in the future to you.

Yoshi1296
Yoshi1296
5 years ago
Reply to  Imgoingbroke

Thank you!!

shueaddict
shueaddict
5 years ago
Reply to  Yoshi1296

You go, girl … I have a boy, so, we’ll not be talking about Celine … enjoy the spoils!!!!

Yoshi1296
Yoshi1296
5 years ago
Reply to  shueaddict

Thanks!!!

Adi Ouano
Adi Ouano
5 years ago
Reply to  Smithy

that depends on whether or not its for school. When i was in middle school i would wear down my $50 backpacks half way through they year but finally got a $100 backpack and it lasted all throughout high school and college. Definitely saved more money

jackiequeue
jackiequeue
5 years ago
Reply to  Adi Ouano

It also depends on the kid. I can see buying a more-responsible-than-average teenager a pricey utilitarian backpack (but I gotta admit, even in that context “pricey” to me would be something like $200). Bc sturdy & used heavily & needs to last.

But if you have a kid like I was, who is probably going to leaving open highlighter markers & half eaten candy bars in there and want to let her friends practice their white-out art on the bag — you should probably skew cheaper and less stressful to replace. 🙂

Fawcett Proust
Fawcett Proust
5 years ago

I don’t get her style. It just looks tacky to me. She looked cuter when she had the more pared down alternative look.

Sparky
Sparky
5 years ago
Reply to  Fawcett Proust

I don’t think it’s even “style “. More like marketing trends. Style is a personal calling card.

Imgoingbroke
Imgoingbroke
5 years ago
Reply to  Sparky

You’re so right, Sparky. This young woman DOES not display style in the true sense of the word. What she wears is trendy, “look at my body” clothes. As she ages, I hope she develops a better sense of style because with that body, you bet I’d be wearing some of the most beautiful and bitchen frocks the design houses have to offer!

JHH
JHH
5 years ago
Reply to  Fawcett Proust

+1. Absolutely, I agree with you.

Smithy
Smithy
5 years ago

The sole focus of this family appears to be luxury items, fashion, their bodies and their faces. They are the antithesis of overindulgence and vapidity. I’m not sure why they’re featured….especially this junior street walker Kylie. Just ugh.

MM
MM
5 years ago
Reply to  Smithy

You’re on Purseblog, so its funny you call them ‘the antithesis of overindulgence’ when lets be real, no one really needs luxury bag, yet here we all are.

Smithy
Smithy
5 years ago
Reply to  MM

Hmmm…somehow they seem different from just about everyone. I’d even venture to say they are in a tasteless class all by themselves. Call me crazy but thanks for your insight.

MM
MM
5 years ago
Reply to  Smithy

This strikes me as almost classism. What about them don’t deserve luxury bags like everyone else on this forum? They work for their money, whether you agree with how they earn their money or not. Not just people who are ‘classy’ or come from old money are deserving of designer bags, it is an extremely snobby mentality.

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disqus_psQVJKDcwK
5 years ago
Reply to  Smithy

Antithesis means opposite.

Smithy
Smithy
5 years ago

Ha! Thanks for that. Okay, well then they are the definition of overindulgence and vapidity.

Yoshi1296
Yoshi1296
5 years ago
Reply to  Smithy

Well you’re at Purseblog…and they have some great purses. So it seems fitting that they would be featured, no?

Smithy
Smithy
5 years ago
Reply to  Yoshi1296

Lots and lots of people carry great bags. If I ran this site I would probably give very little space to this family only because they’re so distasteful.

Yoshi1296
Yoshi1296
5 years ago
Reply to  Smithy

Yes I agree there are lots of people out there, and I think the Purseblog team does a fair job in covering them too. This is all about the handbags, not the people carrying them. The Kardashians may not be a lot of people’s cup of tea, but their handbag closet is MASSIVE and they just always have the best and most on trend handbags.

Urba Taxa
Urba Taxa
5 years ago
Reply to  Smithy

How much does PB pay the Kardashians for this infomercial?

C
C
5 years ago

There’s valid critique to be made of the Kardashian-Jenner clan but they do own some beautiful bags! I don’t think it’s off-base to feature these people frequently on PB because their bags are objectively luxurious, relatively uncommon, and aesthetically pleasing.

I love her bright yellow Birkin! Too bad my grimy peasant hands and public transportation-centered lifestyle would ruin it in an instant…

Charlie
Charlie
5 years ago

They do own some of the nicest bags you can ever think of, but did they buy them? Probably not. Brands offer their products for celebrities and beg them to use them so it gets publicity, oh well, that’s just the circles of life

Fawcett Proust
Fawcett Proust
5 years ago
Reply to  Charlie

Hermès is pretty well known for making celebrities wait just like everyone else. They only gift Birkins to Jane Birkin, the namesake, once her old one wears out. The K’s most likely bought them secondhand, however.

jackiequeue
jackiequeue
5 years ago
Reply to  Fawcett Proust

Why do you say that? The ways of Hermes and the Kardashians are a mystery to me, so I’m curious.

Fawcett Proust
Fawcett Proust
5 years ago
Reply to  jackiequeue

Hermès doesn’t send anything out to celebrities as PR. You put your name on the waiting list and you’ll get a Birkin or Kelly eventually.

Yazi
Yazi
5 years ago

I feel like she’s marketing her body? *winces*

Gigi
Gigi
5 years ago

While her outfits may be tacky, her bags are absolutely stunning

memsy
memsy
5 years ago

To me, the Hermes Birkins are a more mature, refined style. I just don’t think they work well with her style. She has a more young, rebel look. The Gucci Sylvie was a good choice.

Megs Mahoney Dusil
5 years ago
Reply to  memsy

The Sylvie is a great choice for her – agree on that!

Danielle Capriglione
Danielle Capriglione
5 years ago

I’m personally not a huge fan of her style, but she knows her audience and knows exactly how to market herself. There’s a reason why her merchandise is known to sell out quickly. Also, her handbags are gorgeous.

Amazona
Amazona
5 years ago

Ain’t no better way to put me off a bag or a piece of clothing than seeing a Kardashian/Jenner carry or wear it. The fact that they always lug around Birkins makes the whole bag look cheap in my eyes.

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