Traditionally the Kardashian’s host a Christmas Eve party in which they invite a host of celebrity guests, but with Covid cases rising in California, and the huge backlash they received following Kim’s 40th birthday party and Kendell Jenner’s birthday/Halloween party, they opted to cancel it this year.
On Christmas Day, Kourtney Kardashian invited her whole family to celebrate including Kim Kardashian. This celebration didn’t include Khloe, who I guess was in Boston celebrating with her boyfriend Tristan Thompson.
The flurry of Instagram posts from the Kardashian-Jenners had me focused on the fashion.
It’s not often that I adore a look from Kylie Jenner, as I don’t gravitate to her Instagram baddie aesthetic, but I loved her in this Bottega Veneta long sleeve, high-neck sequin, open back dress styled with Jimmy Choo ‘Bing’ pumps.
It’s a totally different look from the beauty mogul who loves a low cut, short skirt moment.
What makes this picture even more appealing, is the fact that she was matching with her 2-year old daughter Stormi Webster.
Kourtney was looking like was ready to seduce Santa in this Miu Miu Shetland embellished plaid dress from the Pre-Fall 2020 collection.
As you can see from the model, the dress had a lot of alterations. In fact, it hardly looks like the same dress due to the shortening, nips and tucks.
Green tights and silver metallic Gucci ‘Angel’ platforms completed this look.
In keeping with the ’70s theme Kourtney appeared to have going on, her second look hailed from the Gucci Fall 2020 collection.
I’m grateful she made this look her own, as no one could pull of the runway look.
For someone who is often regarded as the “miserable sister”, I love how both looks are fun and festive.
As the high-fashion model, Kendall Jenner was probably expected to serve the high-fashion moments.
Her first look was a cute Alexandre Vauthier Spring 2021 ruffled gold lame top and black short combo.
This is a look I would love to have seen standing as it kinda looks like she’s wearing a super short dress.
If your first reaction to this Blumarine look is that it’s a throwback to the ’80s as this feels like something you can picture a young Kate Moss wearing, you would be mistaken, as this outfit actually hails from the Spring 2021 collection.
If I had seen this outfit first, I would’ve thought this was a Halloween party. I don’t find it appealing at all sadly. But things could’ve been worse had she added the runway belt.
Credit: Vogue.com & Instagram
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