As the beautiful, younger sisters of Kim Kardashian, Kendall and Kylie are known for their remarkable fashion sense. It seems that the two young ladies have learned many style lessons from their famous, older sisters, Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney. They are always spotted wearing fabulous outfits that include modish frocks, chic accessories, and some voguish separates.
The two pretty sisters showed off their individual fashion sense when it comes to style as they went out in Los Angeles yesterday. They sported unique, but equally stunning, summery ensembles for a day out with a friend.
Kendall looked cute and girly in a flowing, gray, mullet-style skirt, which she paired with a stylish, printed blouse. As she enjoyed the warm weather, she slipped on a pair of gladiator-style sandals. She completed her feminine look with sunglasses, a simple hairstyle, and very light makeup.
On the other hand, Kylie opted for a tougher style. She wore a pair of denim shorts and a red and white, sleeveless shirt tied at the waist. She emphasized her look with a pair of black, biker boots. With her simple hairstyle, light makeup, and sunglasses, she managed to look effortlessly fabulous.
Since being on the reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kendall and Kylie have established themselves as fashion icons. Kendall talked about their style in a recent interview with Closer magazine. She told the publication:
“I pinch the girls’ clothes all the time, and they run off with my outfits in return. I love glamour and fashion, but I try to dress appropriately for my age. Although sometimes when I put on a risqué outfit, Kylie will scream, ‘Get up those stairs and change now. You look ridiculous!’ I know who wears the trousers then!”
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