Khloé Kardashian Exposes a Bit of Her Bra While out with Kim and Scott Disick
The reality star pulled off a bold fashion statement during a casual outing, flaunting a sleek, black jacket while going shirtless.
Khloe Kardashian was accompanied by sister Kim and sister Kourtney’s ex, Scott Disick, for a lunch at Calabasas, California.
The youngest of the three Kardashian sisters, Khloe absolutely stole the show with her sensational yet professional sense of fashion.
Going shirtless with a satin jacket on top, Khloe chose to expose her black bra as a part of her fashion statement.
She matched it with a pair of black, satin trousers and a glamorous Snakeskin Mary Jane heels. She styled her blond locks by pulling it back and flaunting her large hoop earrings.
Khloe further accessorized herself with big aviator sunglasses to complete her fashion-forward look.
The reality star’s public appearance came only a few days after her ex, Lamar Odom, released his biographical book, “Darkness to Light.”
.@ABC NEWS EXCLUSIVE: @RealLamarOdom talks to @JujuChangABC about his struggle with addiction, “I was professional at hiding it, Khloe didn’t know for a long time.” https://t.co/BizGWeovoe pic.twitter.com/dge7Rm7fkV— Good Morning America (@GMA) May 28, 2019
The book reportedly does not ‘hold anything back’ as it exposes a number of secrets from the former NBA player’s past including his relationship with Khloe.
Odom also appeared on ABC’s “The View” to promote his book, where he further shed light on some of the controversial topics that the book discusses.
While speaking about the book, described as “honest and raw” by one of the hosts on the show, Odom also admitted that losing Khloe was one of his biggest regrets in life. “She was my angel,” Odom said.
When he was further asked if he hoped to build any kind of relationship with Khloe yet again, the former basket player replied that he would like to start over by being friends.
During the interview, Odom also opened up about the pain of his mother’s death when he was only 12 years old. He added that the pain helped him turn his focus on the NBA.