Love her or hate her, she is successful AF! With so many brand collabs, her makeup line, and literally costing an estimated net worth of $350mil, Kim K. has taught us a few things when it comes to fashion and beauty.
Although we’ve all seen KUWTK (Keeping Up with the Kardashians), it’s always interesting to see how Kim K. keeps up with fashion. And honestly enough, we’re always looking up to her for fashion help. Here are Kim K’s foolproof ways to always look on-point.
Whether it’s a bodycon dress or an MET gala gown, Kim K. always checks out in undies. And no, we’re not talking about the Victoria Secret lingerie undies, but underwear that can be worn with sheer dresses and skirts.
With Kim’s various sheer gowns, we’ve rounded up a few shapewear undies to pair perfectly with the look.
The allover monochromatic look is what Kim is mostly famous for. It’s the head-to-toe solid colour look. She’s experimented with various latex leather and sheer bodycon dresses. Get her look!
Kim loves covering up, and what better way to do that than in a black cardigan to blend well with a bodycon dress. It’s all about the little details in texture play.
Another totally awesome look Kim rocks is the play on print mix. She’s mastered the print-on-print look flawlessly. The key is to find a matching colour, and pair with balancing textures and prints of the same colour.
Known for her expensive snake and leather prints, we wanted to keep things faux fabulous. Pair this snake print with a minimalist monochrome look to achieve Kim’s expensive look.
The classic crop top is another item Kim cannot live without. And rightfully so, with those killer abs she’s flaunting. Even if you don’t have the same Kim K body, we’ll show you how to rock the perfect crop top combo.
Kim’s known for her blazers for professional presentations. Go for a matching colour in a unique blazer.
With the right hair and makeup for each of these looks, looking like Kim K. is easier than we thought. It’s about keeping thing minimal with a touch of chic sophistication. Experiment with trends scarcely, and keep your outfit mix-and-match friendly, so you can pair more ensembles with your looks.