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Pregnant Kim Kardashian's maternity looks

29 MAY 2013

Pregnant Kim Kardashian's maternity wardrobe has divided opinion, with many fashion insiders criticising the tight-fitting outfits she has often chosen to dress her baby bump.

During these late stages of her pregnancy, however, the reality TV star has opted for looser-fitting, flowing dresses that the same critics have been quick to praise.

As the star nears the end of her pregnancy, HELLO! Online takes a look back at her maternity looks so far.



Black seemed to be her colour of choice after announcing her pregnancy, and she attended several red carpets events wearing lovely dresses in the dark hue.

Stepping out for Elton John's Oscars party in February, Kim showed off her blossoming baby bump in a long white gown. March saw her dress her burgeoning tummy in tight-fitting outfits, including a leather pencil skirt and a mustard leather dress.

In April, Kim attended the Kardashian Khaos store launch in a scarlet dress that accentuated her pregnancy curves.

During her pregnancy, Kim has complained of water retention and swelling. She posted a picture on Instagram of her swollen feet that had been imprinted by Givenchy sandals. "Swollen feet or a new Givenchy tattoo?" she captioned the snap.


Speaking to a reporter about her trust five-inch Louboutin heels, she said: "These hardly fit me anymore. When I flew in them the other day, I landed with one strap unbuckled, as I couldn't get it around my ankle."

Kim also came under fire for wearing a pair of Perspex sandals that that appeared to be too tight for the star.

She also addressed the criticism that she has faced during her pregnancy. "I saw some comments that were so critical!" she said. "It's funny because Kourtney warned me that when I get pregnant people's opinions will be on an all time high and everyone will chime in. So I now see what she means," Kim wrote.


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