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Kendall and Kylie share fashion phobias

Published 25/08/2015

Kendall and Kylie Jenner
Kendall and Kylie Jenner

Kendall and Kylie Jenner admit they have opposing viewpoints when it comes to style choices.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians stars are becoming staples in the fashion industry, with the siblings having designed clothing lines together in the past.

But even though they merge ideas well while designing for other people, the pair certainly have different perspectives on what constitutes a fashion faux pas.

“Zebra. Growing up, I was obsessed with zebra. In middle school, I had zebra carpet, pillows, and clothing—everything you could imagine,” Kylie told Harper’s Bazaar magazine of what she would never wear again. “So I am zebra'd out. I don't care what company it is or who it is, I'm over zebra.”

However, Kendall has her mind wide open to various ways of dress.

The stunning brunette hasn’t entirely locked off anything in particular when it comes to adding items to her wardrobe.

“I never say never. Fashion is always evolving. And you just never know,” Kendall noted.

The sisters are also very distinct with regards to everyday wear.

Kendall likes to keep her outfits muted while Kylie prefers extreme glamour.

“I like to keep it simple and classy. I'm not like her [points to Kylie]. She can wear a full-blown gown to lunch. I like a whole Saint Laurent look. I'd call it cool,” Kendall shared, with Kylie adding, “I'll wear heels and a dress to lunch.”

The stylish siblings believe every person should have at least one style staple in their closet.

“A pair of mid- or high-rise jeans that look good on the butt, with straight or skinny legs,” Kendall noted of her fashion go-to attire, with Kylie emphasising the need to own a really good hyde.

“A good leather jacket,” Kylie said. “Everyone needs a good leather jacket.”

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