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Kim Kardashian 'needs' fashion tips

Published 26/05/2013

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian gets style inspiration from designer boyfriend Kanye West.

The mother-to-be has widely experimented with her pregnancy wardrobe, but has yet to find a formula she feels confident in.

The 32-year-old is expecting her first child with boyfriend Kanye West and has tried out fitted dresses and flowing frocks in a bid to flatter her growing bump.

Somewhat unfairly, Kim has come under public scrutiny for her maternity fashion choices.

“I’m open to new tricks, so if someone has any, I need them. I really need them,” the brunette beauty joked with UK magazine Now. “I do fittings and I try things on at home all the time and there’s just so much that doesn’t work. I find if you’re really curvy and you go for the baggier look, it doesn’t work. It helps if you wear things that are tight to show off your new curves.”

Kim also gets style inspiration from the father of her unborn child, Kanye.

The reality TV star finds travelling around the world with the rapper-and-fashion-designer has made her see clothes from a different point of view.

Kanye, who launched his clothing line Dw by Kanye West in 2011, is known to give his input when it comes to Kim’s fashion choices.

“I love his style and I love his advice. I get inspiration when we’re out shopping together and also when I travel with him and see what’s going on in fashion in other parts of the world. I get inspired by colours and shapes that we incorporate into our own [Kardashian clothing] collection,” she said.

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