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Hulu’s new series “The Kardashians” is two episodes long, and all eyes are on Kourtney Kardashian this time around. Not only is the eldest Kardashian stealing the show thanks to her whirlwind relationship with Travis Barker and her journey to motherhood in her 40s, but the style star is using the show as an opportunity to showcase serious looks, including at home. .
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In the second episode of the newly launched series, which aired on Thursday, the 43-year-old star took her famously chic style to a whole new level, even with no red carpet in sight. Kardashian wore a one-shoulder long red and black screen-printed dress while discussing her fertility journey with her mother. Kardashian was filmed sitting outside for the entire clip, so it’s unclear exactly what her dress depicts or if the fitted number simply features an abstract print. For shoes, Kardashian wore black knee-high boots with thin stilettos. It’s unclear when the episode was filmed, but the outfit is a brave choice for the hot Calabasas weather.
During the episode’s middle mother-daughter scene, Kardashian wore her hair in a sleek, middle-parted bob, wearing what appear to be black Balenciaga Mono Rectangle sunglasses. Too Cool Sunglasses are $490.
While her look is undeniably chic and eye-catching, Kardashian discusses some truly emotional issues, becoming vulnerable with her IVF journey with Barker. The star tells her mum how the process unexpectedly left her with menopause-like symptoms and lingering depression, leaving her hopeless on her journey to motherhood. While her stylish look is worth envying, it’s also commendable that Kardashian shares her difficult journey on such a large platform.
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