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Khloé Kardashian gives LBD tips

Published 13/08/2013

Khloé Kardashian
Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian has shared the different looks you can achieve when styling a classic little black dress.

The reality TV star composed a collection of pictures on her blog showing some of her favourite ways to rock the look.

Khloé is seen wearing a variety of black plain dresses accessorised and styled in different ways.

"Today I’m sharing with you guys some of my favorite LBD looks of all time!" she exclaimed on her blog. "A little black dress is an ABSOLUTE essential in any girl’s wardrobe. It’s a very versatile piece that can be dressed up for a dinner party or formal event, yet also simple enough to rock on a casual day off. Here’s some inspiration for the next time you want to pull off the LBD! A little tip: If you’re tired of constantly sporting the punk grunge look, switch it up and try going girly glam instead! Have fun girlsss!! XOXO (sic)"

The brunette beauty has launched a range of cosmetics with her sisters Kourtney and Kim. Khloé confessed to UK magazine Look that the make-up staple she regards as highly as her little black dress is a good black mascara.

"Less is more. I can't leave home without mascara and I'm all about finding the perfect one. I love our Stroke Of Midnight Mascara. It creates the faux-lash look without clumping - I'm hooked," she smiled to Look.

"I love mascara. I'm a mascara junkie! I'd say I have a very loud voice when it comes to mascara."

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