Celebrity Style: Kourtney Kardashian

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve worked hard to dress the part.  I mean, I do have a grown-up job (part-time).  I look to style icons who dress feminine with a mature spin.  In comes Kourtney Kardashian, possibly one of my absolute favorite celebrity trend-setters.  Kourtney rocks dresses and tights – all of the time (awesome) – but she makes it look chic and sexy and womanly, rather than girly.  And with each pregnancy, her style gets even more enviable.

Even in a babydoll dress and tights, Kourtney pairs the look with a perfect blazer, sky high heels, a bold lipstick, and unbelievably glossy hair.  I envy her wardrobe.

A few tips to playing dress-up, Kardashian style:

  1. Go for tailoring.  Everything should fit perfectly.  Kourtney hems all of her pants, skirts, and dresses so that they are perfectly suited to her size.
  2. Pick one stand-out piece – i.e., navy blue dress, black tights, and dalmatian print platform booties.  Kourtney loves faux furs and animal prints (who doesn’t?)
  3. Shop for the classics – trench coats and capes, collars, blazers, a-line dresses, etc.
  4. Take care of your hair.  Whether she’s rocking a sleek top knot or a boho side-braid, Kourtney’s hair is her signature — it always looks shiny, fresh, and healthy.
  5. Take one beauty risk at a time.  Kourtney’s pick – lipstick.  When she goes for a bold lip, she keeps the rest of her makeup palette fairly neutral.

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