Notorious social media queen Kim Kardashian has been in eerily quiet for weeks now, ever since she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris. While most of the internet is thankful for the time off from her constant selfies and NSFW pics, we certainly miss you Kim and it seems like her sisters seem to be doing the most to drive her out of her shell.
Their tactic? Copying her style. We know from years of watching her on KUWTK that Kim prides herself being an original, especially in the fashion arena. In particular, Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian are contesting Kim's trendsetter title by parading all over town in some of her most talked-about ensemble hits.
C'mon, Kim. Come out and play.
Remember Kim's lingerie bodysuit under mom jeans look? Well, Khloé created an exact replica for the launch of her Good American denim collection:
She also tried the skin-tight slip dress plus thigh high boots combination that was a Kim K. staple while out on a date with her NBA boo Tristan Thompson:
Kylie paid homage to Kim's fave black bandeau look with her own version:
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And it looks like the youngest KarJenner raided Kim's corset closet and borrowed a Saint Pablo t-shirt to duplicate this new Kim-inspired trend:
The girls are doing a good job of holding things down while Kim takes some time off, but we're ready for the original to return. And we're sure somewhere Kimmy is like...
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