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11 December 2023

Keeping up with the Kardashians: Why Kim loves wearing men's clothing

By Bang

Kim Kardashian West loves wearing guys' clothes because "menswear has such an unexpectedly sexy vibe".


The 35-year-old star often mixes and matches guys' garments with ladieswear pieces and she loves to experiment with the two gender's clothing to create something super-stylish.

Kim has now advised visitors to her website Kimkardashianwest.com to embrace men's clothes just as she has.

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In a post on the online platform - accompanied by photos of her flaunting men's fashion - she wrote: "You really should wear menswear.

"Menswear has such an unexpectedly sexy vibe!!! Try an oversized blazer, a white button down shirt or a wide-leg trouser pant for a chic way to steal your style from the guys!"


Kim - who has launched several fashion and retail ventures including the Kardashian Kollection with her sisters Khloe and Kourtney - must regularly raid her husband Kanye West's wardrobe for his Yeezy clothing collaboration with Adidas, which is always in huge demand.

The rap superstar - with whom Kim has two children, baby son Saint and two-year-old daughter North - was recently named the most stylish man of 2015 in a poll by America's GQ magazine.

Scott Disick splashes out on new mansion

Scott Disick has reportedly paid $5.95 million for a seven-bedroom home in Hidden Hills, California.


The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star reportedly paid $5.95 million for a seven-bedroom home in Hidden Hills, California.

RadarOnline reports the home was initially on the market for $6.495 million but Scott managed to negotiate a deal and it measures 8,110-square-feet.

It features a children's wing, perfect for Scott's three children, Mason, six, Penelope, three and 13-month-old Reign with his ex Kourtney Kardashian.


And the property comes with a separate guest suite.

Meanwhile it was recently claimed that Scott is dating Swedish model Lina Sandberg.

A source told E! News: "She [Lina] and Scott have been seeing each other. They had been trying to keep things under wraps and are surprised that it got out."


The report that Scott, 32, is romancing Lina - who is based in Los Angeles - came just days after he was seen with Kourtney taking their children to the cinema in California.

The former couple announced their split last July after nine years together and Scott, who has battled with an alcohol addiction, initially struggled with the breakdown of the relationship and checked himself into rehab shortly after they went their separate ways.

Although he successfully completed his stint at the end of last year, Kourtney, 36, is said to be convinced he'll relapse.

A source explained to Us Magazine: "Kourtney's always known there's a possibility he would go back to what he is and revert to bad behaviour."

How to rock it? Kim tells Caitlyn

Caitlyn Jenner has "learned so much" about the transgender community since she came out last year.


The 66-year-old former Olympian - who was previously known as Bruce Jenner - admits her own experiences were "isolated" and she could relate to the issues raised in "brutally honest" new movie 'Tangerine', which follows two trans women.

Speaking at a screening of the film, she said: "To me the movie was so educational.

"Honestly, I learned so much...over the last nine months that I've been out I've learned so much about this community. And I was totally isolated.


"I obviously couldn't out myself for so many years....but this is a process of education."

'Tangerine' - which was shot on an iPhone and highlights obstacles black trans women face, such as routine harassment and sex work - is tipped for Oscar success and Caitlyn thinks it's important as many people as possible see the movie because it is so "honest".

Speaking at the screening in Los Angeles last night, she said: "We have a lot of momentum in the trans community, but we have to keep that momentum going.


"Movies like this are so important, because this is about honesty, this is about actually what happens out there in the community."