In case you haven’t noticed, Kylie Jenner has started taking major style cues from her big sis, Kim Kardashian. The reason? She wants to prove that anything Kim can wear, she can rock better — according to a new report.
Some might accuse Kylie Jenner, 17, of cloning herself into Kim Kardashian, 34 — but she doesn’t see it that way at all, apparently. Donning a wardrobe that could easily be (and most likely has been) stollen right out of Kimmy’s closet, Kylizzle has purposefully mirrored her older sib’s fashion sense in order to prove to herself that she can always be the one who “wore it better,” allegedly. Read on for all the details!
“[Kylie’s] wardrobe is almost an exact replica of Kim’s,” a source tells the July 20 issue of OK! magazine, who goes on to explain that the overlap in style choices can’t be attributed to just common taste.
Rather, Kylie systematically mimics the 34-year-old in an effort to demonstrate that she can fill out a garment way better than the most famous Kardashian. “Kylie sees Kim wearing something and vows to ‘wear it better,'” the mag’s source explains.
Luckily, Kim is unbothered by Kylie’s copycat ways. After all, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right? “I love that,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “She is the best, you know? She’s my little twin soul. She’s such a free spirit and I love that. She’s the sweetest.”
In fact, Kim has even enabled Kylie’s penchant for replicating her ensembles. She’s given the luscious-lipped teen permission to actually wear her sexy outfits while she’s pregnant with baby no. 2.
“Kim doesn’t have a problem with the way Kylie dresses,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “While they were in Cannes [in June], Kylie’ wore a lot of Kim’s cute outfits that Kim can’t fit into because she’s too [pregnant]. Kim pretty much told Kylie that she could wear whatever of her clothes she wanted while she was pregnant. She’s totally open to sharing her clothes with Kylie.”
HollywoodLifers — what do YOU think of Kylie copying Kim’s style? Let us know!
— Evan Real