Why does Kim get it oh-so wrong so often?

Kim Kardashian has an extreme grooming schedule; every hair is in place, her makeup is always spot-on, and her skin is never anything less than perfect.

Why then, does she struggle to find clothes to fit her? Whether she opts for something too small or too big, Kim seems to all-too regularly get it oh-so wrong.

Kim at her book launch in New York this week 

 

Indeed, just this week – and despite having wowed a day earlier at the Met Ball in a custom-made Roberto Cavalli gown – the reality TV star showed up at her Selfish book launch in New York in an ill-fitting cream skirt that did her few favours. She paired it with a too-tight white lace turtle-neck top.

Mind you, it’s far from the first time that Mrs West has made a fashion mishap – and that’s despite spending hundreds of thousands annually on her wardrobe.

Here, SHEmazing! details Kim’s worst blunders of recent times…

A year ago, Kim struggled to contain her curves in these trousers

 

Moral of the story? Peplum pants rarely work on anyone

 

This giant Max Mara coat overwhelmed Kim

 

In an ill-fitting skirt, the reality TV star at an event last December 

 

In a backless top and denim shorts on a cinema date with Kanye

 

The star swamped her figure at the Grammy's in this gown 

 

This chain-mail skirt and crop top shouldn't be happening

 

Surely she struggles to even walk? At the GQ Awards in London

 

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