I’ve expressed my love for Kourtney Kardashian’s fashion sense countless times. But I guess even seasoned stylistas like her make boo boos as well.
Kourtney Kardashian in a striking blue, Japanese-inspired Sunner dress, captured in New York City (Credit: Mr. Blue / WENN)
The cutest of the Kardashian sisters was spotted in New York the other week in another Japanese-inspired dress by the brand Sunner.
This time, however, it was a floor-grazing floral number that was more kimono-like in construction.
Her sister, Kim Kardashian, wore M Missoni wide-leg trousers paired with Brian Atwood’s hidden platform pumps and accessorized with a Missoni headband.
On her outing in New York on October 20, 2011, Kourtney Kardashian looked chic in a Sunner Remo dress paired with Christian Louboutin Daffodile platform pumps, accessorized with Nissa Jewelry Kachira earrings and the classic Cartier Love bracelet (Credit: Mr. Blue / WENN)
The American television personality styled the dress with black Christian Louboutin pumps and blue flip flops. She kept her hair up much like the way a Kabuki would.
Kourtney Kardashian leaving Clover Nails salon in flip flops in New York City on October 20, 2011 (Credit: Mr. Blue / WENN)
What do you think, hit or miss? Love or hate? Yey, nay, or blah? Fab or duh, what was she thinking?
I can’t appreciate it (sorry, Kourtney). I feel like the dress overwhelmed her tiny frame. Or maybe it’s the hair. Perhaps she wouldn’t have looked too costume-ish if she kept it down. Or maybe if she opened a few of those front buttons to show more neck and skin, she wouldn’t have looked too covered up, and it might have worked. What are your thoughts on this one?