Can We Talk About Kimye’s Terrible Outfit Choices?
Okay. I’m not really a Kardashian fan, which is a pretty well-known fact about me. I love Khloe because I think she’s the most honest, and she’s separated herself from the pack. Also, Bruce Jenner is basically my idol in the sense that I hope that I one day can be so oblivious and happy. I think everyone is pretty sick of the Kardashians by now, and the hype over them is finally starting to die down. Well, except for Kris Humphries trying to stay relevant by dragging out this divorce. If I were him, I would get the hell out of dodge as soon as possible.
So we all know that Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are together and may get married, which is scary because I don’t think the world can handle another televised wedding of that caliber within a year. Kanye is Hollywood’s resident douchebag, and Kim is, well, Kim. They totally deserve each other and deserve to be happy just like anyone else. He seems to have toned her down a bit, maybe.
But I have to take a stand here for a minute. What is up with their outfits?! In the span of a few weeks, they have gone from individuals that were dating to a hugely massive “we” blob. There’s an entire episode of How I Met Your Mother dedicated to the “we” syndrome, and Kimye has a serious case of “we”. While I hate to admit it, Kim has pretty great style and an incredible wardrobe. She generally looks put together and super cute. However, this whole matchy-matchy thing with Kanye is straight up weird.
I was kind of okay with the matching ensembles in the beginning with the all white because they still looked fashionable. But after seeing pictures of them in Hawaii, I can’t take it anymore. When grabbing fro-yo in Hawaii, there is no need to wear a pencil skirt and heinous $5,800 heels that look like the Abominable Snowman pooped on your feet. Turns out Kayne designed those heels, which makes a little more sense as to why Kim would allow them on her toes, but still. Why are they not dressing for their surroundings?
It’s like 80 degrees in Hawaii. And it’s a tropical island. I’m just really confused by the recent outfit choices. Is it such a hassle for them to dress appropriately according to their location and choice of activities? And why do you have to wear the same color palette as your significant other?
What do you think of Kimye’s outfits? Do you like them or should they switch it up?
[Lead image via JustJared]
Caitlin is a graduate of the University of Alabama who has an obsession with cupcakes, coffee, and Harry Potter. She always has random fun facts on reserve and aspires to be a professional blogger, social media bug, and/or James Franco’s assistant. Follow her fabulous life @caitlincorsetti. You’re welcome!