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Kylie Padilla Opens ‘Ukay Ukay Shop’ Selling Family’s Pre-loved Clothes and Accessories

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She might already be rich and famous, but 26-year-old celebrity mom Princess Kylie Padilla-Abrenica decided to open an ‘ukay ukay’ shop to earn some extra money by selling her family’s pre-loved clothes and accessories.

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Mostly, though, she is selling these stuff because she’s ‘downsizing’ her life and wants to have more space in their closets. A wise decision, many netizens would say as they enjoyed shopping on her online ‘ukay ukay’ shop.

Photo credit: My Little Ukay Ukay / Instagram

Though they are already rich, Kylie does not mind being the ‘ukay ukay’ shop owner as she opens a shop on Instagram she calls “My Little Ukay Ukay”. She could have chosen a trendier, classier name but this one works perfectly for Kylie and her growing customer base.

Opened in July, the online shop sells items like clothes and bags, not just from her own closet but also owned by her husband Aljur Abrenica and their son Alas Joaquin.

Photo credit: My Little Ukay Ukay / Instagram

Aside from clothes and bags, there are also books, jewelry, soap, shoes, shades, planners, and some baby stuff like sets of little plates and cutlery.

Knowing that the shop owner is an actress and her husband is also a celebrity, a lot of fans really wanted to get their hands on the items – plus, it’s not everyday that you get to exchange DMs with your favorite star!

Photo credit: My Little Ukay Ukay / Instagram

Kylie’s ‘ukay ukay’ shop is a great idea for making some money about of pre-loved items. Though she sells the stuff at about half the original price, even if she only used many of these things just once or twice, it’s still great that she sold them instead of the items just gathering dust in the closet.

Photo credit: My Little Ukay Ukay / Instagram

What’s fantastic is that Kylie is not really doing this for the money because she even promised to donate 10% of her earnings to charity, Save the Children.

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