Khloe Kardashian’s latest feature included showing off her topnotch revenge body on the April cover of Evening Standard Magazine. The reality star poses in a Good American jean jacket with the script, “It’s in the Genes…Khloe Kardashian Bares (Almost) All” printed across the cover, and that she does. In fact, the spread inside the mag shows Khlo Money posted up in multiple bodysuits, bikini bottoms, a corset and not much else.
While it’s no doubt the she’s in the best shape of her life, the internet had some thoughts on the not-so-flattering photos. Some folks suspected bad angles, bad choice of wardrobe or even her doc were to blame for the awkward shots.
“No lie she looks so empty and uncomfortable,” accused one follower. “What was the makeup budget for this?” asked another. “It’s like a whole midsection is missing,” someone else followed.
Most of the criticism seemed to be around her legs, which look extra, extra long in the shots. Whatever the reason, Khloe’s pleased with the shots. She took to Instagram to repost some of them, including behind-the-scenes Polaroids.
(Photo: Evening Standard Magazine, April 2017)
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