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Monday 31 August 2015

Kendall Jenner admires Kourtney's style

Published 10/05/2013

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner named Kourtney Kardashian as the best dressed of her famous sisters.

The half-sister of reality TV trio Kim, Khloé and Kourtney found fame thanks to popular programme Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Since then, she has gone on to build a lucrative modelling career, along with her sister Kylie Jenner.

The two budding fashionistas opened up about their ultimate style icons while promoting their new summer line with clothing retailer PacSun.

"We love Blake Lively, the Olsen twins and our sisters, obviously. I love Kourtney, I think she is the best at putting things together," Kendall gushed to OK! USA. "Khloé has the best shoes ever… I didn't think anyone could top Kim's shoe closet, but Khloés! [and] I'm the same exact size as her!"

Kendall's 15-year-old sibling Kylie agreed that the eldest three siblings have the best dress sense. However she says it is Kim who is her favourite style icon.

"I love Kim's style lately, even her pregnancy style is so cute," Kylie gushed. "She gave me all her dresses that don't fit her anymore at the start of her pregnancy."

For their summer line with the American retailer, the sisters say fans can expect to see more casual styles. These are a true reflection of their personal favourite ensembles when off duty.

"It's in stores on May 12, everyone sees us on the red carpet but this is our casual styles. There are pieces like a little summer dress but a bit more edgy," Kendall explained. "Then there is a dress with palm trees."

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