Oh no! Looks like Kourtney robbed a flock of birds to make her skirt. The feathered skirt was kind of a thing for a very short period of time — but this time, it’s just a bit too much. Then the dress gets even more complicated with a black leather waistband, a blue strapless top, and then a blue lace overlay that’s long-sleeved. It’s a bit too much for us.
Kourtney, however, does have great legs and can pull off this mini look. But just don’t wear that dress again, please.
A Little Too Shiny Out
Of every questionable fashion decision Kris has made over the years, this is definitely not the worst. In fact, we love those opaque black tights and chic black leather boots. As for the dress, the design is fine, but it’s a bit too golden and shiny.
Also, what is the deal with so many different fabric patterns? There are the straight lines, the hodge-podge turtle neck, the upper stomach area is covered by what looks like a series of gold coins. Too much of a mess.
How Many Rips?
Listen. We have no problem with these pants. We love velvet, and we would welcome it to any outfit. Damn, we even wish the sunnies were velvet-covered themselves. Our problem here is the top — if this is even considered a top. It looks more like a fabric scrap that was forced onto Kim's torso. It's asymmetrical, non-velvety, and all-around bizarre.
Not to mention the biggest fail - Kim's torso contouring that's meant to complement the top makes her look, well, bruised. That's a look nobody would want.
In white tees, black bra overlays, and black satin skirts, these two look like twins! It almost looks like these two wore the same outfit to different events! It's honestly that close.
While Kim opted for a splash of red, Kourtney didn't, but that's about the only difference. Being caught wearing the same thing as your own sister is just a bad look!
What's Wrong With Her Face?
Maybe it's the lighting, maybe it's Kylie's Skin makeup application gone wrong, but man, there is something wrong with the face on Kylie's tee! Could be just a bit too much sun exposure or a really bad screen-printing job.
You can't really fault an oversized tee on anyone, but it's the exaggerated features of the face (and the fact that she's wearing herself as art) that just don't sit quite well with us.