KOURTNEY Kardashian boasted her wealth on social media by snapping a photo of a $530 skull lamp from her fiancé's homeware collection.
The Blink-182 rocker launched his skull-themed home design collection last month.
Now Kourtney, 42, has used her Instagram platform to promote the products, including an edgy $530 lamp.
The reality star took to her stories on Monday to snap a photo of the bedside accessory, a basic stainless steel silver lamp with a matching base and shade.
The piece was unique, though, as the pull chain was decorated with a hanging silver skull.
Kourtney tagged both her future hubby Travis Barker, 46, and his newfound business Buster and Punch in the post.
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The mother of three has been ripped by fans in the past for "flaunting her wealth" with her extravagant purchases and vacations.
SLIPPING IN STYLE
Despite the backlash, the TV star shared a pricey set of slippers to her Instagram Stories on Sunday.
Velvet in a black and red colorway, the Dolce & Gabbana house shoes featured a "coat of arms embroidery," per their website.
Kourtney got them thoughtfully made with a "K" and a "T" on each foot.
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They also included a "quilted satin insole" with a diamond pattern and an interior made of "80 percent lambskin", priced at $1.29K a pair, or $2.6K for two.
OVER THE TOP WEALTH
The Poosh founder has often been slammed by fans for boasting her expensive purchases, including a Louis Vuitton duffel in pink she received from mom Kris Jenner, 66, for Valentine's Day.
The V-Day bag was valued at a whopping $10K.
"Thank you, mommy," the star captioned an Instagram Story of her new designer duffel.
Last month, Kourtney also dropped a photo dump on her Instagram which she captioned: "A really good week."
It included a photo with diamonds and jewels glued onto her teeth.
The random snaps also featured a vintage Nintendo game system and her 9-year-old daughter, Penelope, lounging in her luxurious king-sized bedroom with a $1.5K Hermes blanket.
In an even earlier post, the little girl was gifted her own pink, custom drum set after turning nine.
Kourtney shares her kids Mason, 12, Penelope, and Reign, seven, with her ex Scott Disick, 38.
The father of three has also faced backlash over his relentless spending, especially after adding yet another luxury vehicle to his massive collection.
The KUWTK alum shared new photos of his latest purchase to Instagram on Thursday.
Two shiny black cars sat in his driveway, one a Rolls Royce and the other a bespoke Land Rover Defender.
He captioned it: "New defender new everything coming in from @chelseatruckco wheels, wide-body, tire cover, Exhuast."
The car alone starts at $51K, but the European company he tagged sells their customized versions at prices that zoom to $155K.
In additional photos, he focused on the matte black wheels and spare tire cover made specially by the company.
Scott also owns a $400K Ferrari, a $1M roadster, and many more luxury vehicles.
Fans couldn't help but express their distaste in the comments, as they ripped the KUWTK alum known for not reading the room.
"Do you realize there is a war going on in Ukraine. Innocent children and families are dying. Who cares about your new cars," one bashed.
"Scott needs a woman not cars," slammed another with three cry-laughing emojis.
"Family and health are more important," wrote a third.
While a fourth theorized: "Again, he gets new toys/cars… etc… Every time, @kourtneykardash gets closer to, @travisbarker."
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