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Khloe Kardashian ‘X Factor’ Finale Outfits — She Shows Off 3 Dresses

Fri, December 21, 2012 11:22am EDT by Katrina Mitzeliotis 9 Comments
Courtesy of Fox, SplashNews
Khloe Kardashian X Factor finale outfits

From a feminine lace frock to an edgy leather mini and sparkling sequins, the host showed off three very different looks last night — but which one did you like best? VOTE

Khloe Kardashian was the host with the most on the X Factor finale on Dec. 20, where the star showed off not one but three different looks on stage — and pulling a quick frock swap isn’t always an easy task! “That was stressful,” she said when asked about her quick wardrobe change.

While all three dresses were totally different, Khloe has a hard time singling out a favorite. “I really like this look, a little sparkly number, fun, but I did like the green look,” she said. “It was very sweet and different. So I don’t know. All very different but fun. It was very stressful to do that in three minutes and 20 seconds, but I did it.” She certainly did!

Her lace green dress was a total departure from her signature, edgy sense of style. We don’t often see the host in such feminine silhouettes, but she pulled it off flawlessly — and her long legs looked great!

Khloe has an affinity for minis, and while she swapped her lacy frock for an edgy leather dress she still managed to show off her legs. The form-fitting dress fit her like a glove — it was very Kardashian!

After showing off her feminine and edgy sides, it was all about fun! She looked so festive in a sparkling mini that was perfect for the finale. Pointy nude pumps complimented the blush and green tones in the dress — I loved everything about this look! Not only was it consistent to Khloe’s personal sense of style, but she looked fantastic in it.

While I loved the sequin dress, I also really liked how she took a chance and showed off a style we’ve never seen on her before. What do you think? What look did you like best on Khloe?

Katrina Mitzeliotis, reporting by Russ Weakland