Khloé Kardashian Wears Nothing under Cropped Jacket While Posing with Sister Kourtney

Rebelander Basilan
Jun 04, 2019
12:07 P.M.
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Never the type to shy away from daring photoshoots, Khloé Kardashian recently went braless as she posed alongside her sister Kourtney.

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The reality star uploaded the photo on Instagram bearing the caption, “Dynasty,” complete with crown emojis.

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“I used to be a bigger size and I used to be ushered up all the way to basically the attic and my sisters could shop on the ‘regular’ floor and it was humiliating."

Khloé, 34, wowed in a slick blazer that leaves little to the imagination. Barefoot, she positioned herself on top of a couch while Kourtney reclined below. Both stars showed off ample cleavage.

Khloé sported black high-waisted trousers while Kourtney wore a more colorful ensemble – a curve-hugging yellow leopard print frock. In just a day, their photo gained almost 1.5 million likes.

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PROMOTING THEIR SUCCESSFUL TV SHOW

The sisters were getting ready for the NBC Upfronts in New York City where they promoted their long-running reality television show “Keeping Up with The Kardashians.”

Launched in 2008, it was the reality show that catapulted the Kardashian-Jenner family into massive stardom.

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On her Instagram story, Khloé is seen in the company of Kourtney and her half-sister Kendall Jenner, 23. Kendall, who were to join her sisters on the NBC Upfronts, sported tight leather dress.

PROMOTING INCLUSIVITY IN HER CLOTHING LINE

Khloé is back to the grind after spending time off with her little daughter True Thompson on Mother’s Day.

Khloé owns and runs the clothing line, Good American.

Given her own experience with body shaming, the star and entrepreneur stressed how much inclusivity matters to her when it comes to her clothing line.

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“I used to be a bigger size and I used to be ushered up all the way to basically the attic and my sisters could shop on the ‘regular’ floor and it was humiliating,” she said. “We said if you want to carry our brand you have to carry the full-size range and not have the ‘plus sizes’ be in a different location. I don’t want anybody to be a cookie-cutter shape or size. And not everybody wants to be a size 2!”  

Yet the reality star was recently slammed after fans noticed what seemed like a Photoshop-gone-wrong moment in one of her photoshoots.

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