Kim Kardashian: ‘Everyone can copy my simple style’

Kim Kardashian is convinced her style is both “relatable and attainable”.The reality star is famous for turning heads with her looks, whether she’s heading to the grocery store or to a red carpet event. And while her wardrobe is full to the brim …

Kim Kardashian is convinced her style is both “relatable and attainable”.

The reality star is famous for turning heads with her looks, whether she’s heading to the grocery store or to a red carpet event.

And while her wardrobe is full to the brim of designer items, mother-of-three Kim thinks fans can recreate her ensembles whatever their budget.

“I have always been extremely simple and really relatable,” she told People magazine. “If I am going through a sweatpants and heels phase or more of a dressy phase, it has always been something that I think other people can kind of have their own version of… It’s really attainable.”

There are some of Kim’s outfits that are less relatable, however – such as the flesh-flashing vintage Thierry Mugler dress she wore to the Hollywood Beauty Awards earlier this year (19).

And the Keeping Up with the Kardashians personality understands that not everyone is going to want to copy such out-there looks.

“Maybe not certain dresses. Like, maybe not certain things, like the Mugler dress, that are so exquisite and different,” the 38-year-old mused. “But I think my everyday style for sure is really accessible.”

Kim has undergone a complete style overhaul since she started dating now-husband Kanye West back in 2012. Yet, she credits her spouse for giving her a new perspective on fashion, after he introduced her to various power players in the industry.

“My style has definitely evolved,” she explained. “When I met Kanye and he really started to bring me to Paris, he introduced me to a bunch of people. I think one of the first people I met were (designers) Riccardo Tisci and Alber Elbaz.

“I’ve learned so much along the way from so many of the best people in the world. So my appreciation has changed enormously.”

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