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Kourtney Kardashian: Disick is a fussy shopper

Published 30/12/2012

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian has revealed she still can't pin down her partner Scott Disick's style.

The reality TV star confessed that despite being in a relationship for so long and having two children together, she still has no idea what to buy her other half when it comes to clothes.

The sister of socialites Kim and Khloé joked that rather than this being her failing as a girlfriend, it's Scott's fussy nature that is to blame.

"Scott is so picky when it comes to dressing himself that I could never pick something out for him. Whatever I think his style is, it never is," Kourtney moaned to British magazine More! "And the same goes for me - he'll be like, 'I almost bought you these shoes' and I'm like, 'Thank god you didn't!' But we both love fashion and he loves shopping with me."

Kim revealed she has a different perspective on allowing her partner, rap star Kanye West, to choose her closet options. Kanye, who has designed his own clothing collection, has influenced Kim's style to the point where she trusts his opinion on what looks good more than her own.

"I would let him [loose in my closet]," Kim gushed. "I love his taste and I learnt a lot just by different stylists he introduced me to. But the hard part is when they leave and I'm stuck by myself, because I sometimes find it hard to put clothes together."

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