Kim Kardashian isn’t letting pregnancy slow down her amazing red carpet style. She was a vision of white simplicity at the InStyle Awards Oct. 26, where she looked absolutely angelic in a caped gown!
Kim Kardashian, 35, is totally owning her fashion game with her second pregnancy. And her red carpet style is even more amazing with the eight months along baby bump that she’s showing off. The reality star wore an all-white floor length gown with a dramatic cape to the InStyle Awards in Los Angeles Oct. 26. Despite a flurry of A-list celebs wearing their red carpet best, it was Kim’s breathtaking white gown that stole the show.
It’s not easy to look drop dead stunning at eight months pregnant, yet Kim completely lit up the InStyle Awards red carpet. Her white gown and cape by Valentino showed off her precious baby bump in all it’s glory, and she looked simply angelic. Kim’s red carpet pregnancy style has been so on-point, she looks amazing with her lovely baby belly.
Kim in the past has bemoaned her fashion style during her first pregnancy with daughter North West, 2, where some outfits made her the butt of cruel fat jokes. This time around she’s kept her maternity style simple, but hardly plain. She often is photographed wearing tight monochromatic dresses with some sort of longer coat or duster over her outfit, looking stunningly chic every time she steps out.
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported “Kim is going to be dressing sexy for as long as she can do it,” a source told us EXCLUSIVELY earlier on in her pregnancy. “She wants to wear heels and stay as hot as she can for as long as she can. Even if she’d rather just hang around in sweats, she forces herself to get dressed up because it gives her more confidence. Kim has never felt good in baggy clothes and besides she doesn’t think women should have to hide their bodies when they’re pregnant.” Boy has Kim made good on that promise! Nearly eight months pregnant and she’s still one of the sexiest dressing stars around!
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of Kim’s dramatic white gown?
— Beth Shilliday