Fame10 Fashion Evolution: Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has one of the most voluptuous figures in Hollywood and she has never been afraid to flaunt it! However, her style has evolved a lot over the years. When she first started showing up at events, Kim really liked to show off her curves, but lately, she has been sporting a style that is quite a bit more classy and chic!

Let’s take a look at the reality TV star’s fashion evolution…

Armani Exchange and Details Magazine “Insider” Party – 2006

Back when she first starting making appearances on the red carpet, the voluptuous reality TV star really liked to show off her ample bosom. Kim showed up at the Armani Exchange and Details Magazine “Insider” Party wearing this cleavage-bearing shirt with a knee length skirt.

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“House of Hype” Grammy Weekend – 2007

Kim Kardashian wore this white, form-fitting dress to the “House of Hype” Grammy Weekend. While we agree that the dress definitely shows off the reality star’s amazing hourglass shape, we think it might be a little too tight and a bit too revealing.

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Intermix’s 3rd Annual ‘VH1 Rock Honors’ VIP Party – 2008

The TV personality attended Intermix’s 3rd Annual “VH1 Rock Honors” VIP Party at Intermix wearing this yellow and cream dress. While the dress itself is cute, she would definitely benefit by trying out a more conservative look that doesn’t draw so much attention to her chest.

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GQ “Men of the Year” Party – 2008

Kim Kardashian looked stunning at the GQ “Men of the Year” party wearing a classic black dress with black Louboutin heels and a black clutch. This dress is perfect for the reality star – even though it isn’t skin tight, it still highlights her enviable figure while leaving something to the imagination.

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Premiere of “Whiteout” – 2009

Kim Kardashian looked amazing in a black pant suit with a cream-colored top and black Christian Louboutin heels. Kim finally seems to be learning that she doesn’t need tight little mini dresses to get attention and that a more conservative ensemble, like this one, can still look and feel sexy.

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61st Primetime Emmy Awards – 2009

The reality star wore this white asymmetrical dress, by Ina Soltani, and accessorized with Gucci shoes, a Swarovski clutch, and a Siera ring to the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards. The dress gave the star a sexy look without being too revealing. It was easily one of her best red carpet looks so far!

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People’s Choice Awards – 2011

The voluptuous star is officially moving away from the body-hugging minis! She wore this stunning Catherine Malandrino dress with a Rina Limor necklace, Amrapali earrings and a Chanel clutch to the 2011 People’s Choice Awards. Kim has never looked better!

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AmfAR’s Cinema Against Aids Gala – 2012

Kim Kardashian went old school glam in this mustard yellow Elie Saab gown, accessorized with a diamond cuff bracelet, black heels, and chandelier earrings at the AmfAR’s Cinema Against Aids gala. The gown featured two hip-high slits and showed just the perfect amount of cleavage. Overall, it was a really classy look.

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Clive Davis’ Grammy Party – 2012

The reality TV star just can’t seem to pull away cleavage-baring dresses! Kim wore this cobalt blue gown – which showed an ample amount of bosom – with gold earrings to Clive Davis’ Grammy party. The dress itself is beautiful but, with the amount of cleavage she shows, it is hard to notice the nice details on the dress.

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MTV Movie Awards – 2013

The TV personality showed off her baby bump in a figure hugging black Saint Laurent Paris dress at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards. While the dress looks lovely on Kim, the sleeves were a bit distracting – they added width to her voluptuous shape and took the eyes away from her beautiful bump.

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Cate

Cate has a B.A. and an M.A. in English Literature and has been the Managing Editor of Fame10 for more than 6 years. Despite having a love for the works of Thomas Hardy, Leo Tolstoy and Lord Byron, she also has an intense fascination with pop culture. When she isn’t writing for Fame10, she’s planning her next big adventure in Southeast Asia.

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