Khloe Kardashian and Kris Jenner’s Good American “bosswear” collection has some fans calling it “too exposing” for the office

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Khloé Kardashian’s mother, Kris Jenner, has collaborated with her on a new clothing line for their company, Good American.

Khloe Kardashian and Kris Jenner's Good American "bosswear" collection has some fans calling it "too exposing" for the office

Despite Khloe and Kris Jenner’s collaboration on a “bosswear” line for Good American, some consumers have complained that the clothing is “too exposing” for the workplace

Khloe emerged in a skintight pink number, and the two often donned black miniskirts and stylish jackets accessorized with sky-high heels and revealing black stockings.

Khloe posted a photo of her and her mom earlier this week to Instagram, cleverly dubbed “bosswear,” in which they both looked incredible.

(Source: Instagram/@Khloe Kadarshian)

Several of the 38-year-followers, old’s however, felt that the pieces in her most recent collection were “far too revealing” to be worn in an office setting.

Someone else quipped that if they showed up to work dressed like Khloe or Kris, human resources would send them home to change their clothing.

Khloe wore a variety of outfits, including a minidress in a bright pink color paired with matching leggings.

(Source: Instagram/@Khloe Kadarshian)

On top of that, she pulled on a blazer in the same shocking hue.

The stunning woman’s hair was worn in huge, bouncy curls that gave her a 1970s throwback vibe. She wore thick eyeliner and pink lipstick.

The Good American founder also sported a black, baggy blazer that hung so low that it gave the impression that she wasn’t actually wearing pants.

She accessorized the ensemble with a number of gold necklaces, bracelets, and earrings.

Kris, 67, posed with her in a similar black blazer outfit for the images.

(Source: Instagram/@Khloe Kadarshian)

Wearing a white collared shirt and black tie, the matriarch of the Kardashian/Jenner empire slipped on a blazer.

She was only showing a bit of her black miniskirt beneath her top.

These ladies radiated confidence and strength in their poses.

Fans were complaining about the line in Khloe’s comments while they flaunted their new purchases.

There were a few commentators who tried to be humorous by asking, “Gee what office do you work in,”  with accompanying laughing emojis.

‘It’s giving 1980s doing cocaine in the boardroom and I’m not mad about it,’ one person said, while another said, “Ok but where are we going in those suits? Cuz it ain’t the office.”

Several commenters remarked things like, “Can someone provide one example of an office in which these clothes would be appropriate to wear,” and “This is NOT workwear. This family is so out of touch with reality.”

Pieces from the Bosswear collection may be purchased separately on the Good American website for prices ranging from $180 to $55.

(Source: Instagram/@Khloe Kadarshian)

Khloé co-founded Good American with Emma Grede in 2016 with the intention of providing women of all body types with clothes that was designed specifically for them.

She drew “inspired from her personal experiences and frustrations with fashion” to launch the line, the website claims.

The goal of the company is to give  “empower women to celebrate their bodies with confidence.”

Denim, ready-to-wear, swim, shoes, and activewear have all been added to the Good American catalog since the company’s inception.