Even though Kim Kardashian has been off the map (for the most part) the past few months since her Paris robbery, she’s subtly been hinting at the new styles she’ll sport this year. Whether you love her or love to hate her, it should go without saying that whatever fashions she’s spied in become instant trends. Once a fan of neutral basics and a face contoured to perfection, Mrs. West is rocking a slightly edgier style with minimal to no makeup these days.
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Kim Kardashian’s wardrobe as of late seems to consist of baggy separates, a huge leap from the body hugging ‘fits that she previously sported. And the overall feel of her styling is less calculated and more grunge.
She was spotted in LA a couple of days ago wearing an ensemble that captures exactly what we’re talking about — a Chrome Hearts zip hoodie, distressed boyfriend jeans and PVC heels (most likely Yeezys).
In what might be Kimmy’s first selfie of 2017, she’s seen wearing some sort of gold lip ring/grillz combo. The jewelry might be courtesy of grillz maker Dolly Cohen, who’s hooked Kim up with a set before.
The reality TV queen has been swishing around in this long weave since Paris Fashion Week and doesn’t look like she’s getting rid of it anytime soon.
This candid snapshot shows Kim in a pair of lace-up ankle booties. Interestingly, she pairs the shoes with track pants and a tee. (Oh, hello there again, Rapunzel weave!)
Again, ever since Paris Fashion Week, where she went to Balenciaga’s show virtually make-up free, Kim has adopted a barely-there glam. She’s said goodbye to the severe contour that she became famously known for and traded it in for a good moisturizer and glowing skin.
It’s already clear fishnets are making a comeback in 2017 and fast fashion chains like Forever 21 are already on it. However, Kim was already on that wave three months ago.
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