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Maternity style tips you can learn from Kim Kardashian (yes, really!)

Her best bump-baring ensembles.

By InStyle Magazine Apr 17, 2013 6:48PM

Kim Kardashian // PHOTO: WireImage (2); Pacific Coast News (2)By Jennifer Merritt, InStyle magazine

Kim Kardashian won raves in our office for her look at Sunday night’s MTV Movie Awards. From her tousled layers to her eye-catching statement necklace, the reality star hit all the marks.

RELATED: Kim's Stylist Explains the Star's Maternity Looks

But anyone who looks at the Internet knows this isn’t always the case for the mom-to-be — especially since she clearly hasn’t let her first pregnancy derail her fondness for tight clothes and stilettos. Still, not every one of her maternity looks has been a miss!

RELATED: Kim Kardashian's Best Looks

We rounded up her best bump-baring ensembles and the style lessons that any expectant mom can learn from. Take a look by clicking here.

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Bing: Kim Kardashian pregnant pictures 2013

PHOTO: WireImage (2); Pacific Coast News (2)

54Comments
Apr 24, 2013 11:49AM
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I'm tired of having the news media always shoving Kim in front of us. When does she launch her maternity fashion wear? Is this pregnancy another stunt?
Apr 24, 2013 6:59AM
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It's time for everyone to let the E! Network and its superficial producer Ryan Seacrest know that NOBODY CARES about the Kardashians. They are an insult to human intelligence and to creative television (what's left of it). Better yet, tell the advertisers of this junk that they are cheapening themselves with their sponsorships.

 

Money built these self-absorbed egos and the lack of it can get rid of them. Really.

Apr 24, 2013 6:12AM
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Kim is a slut; looks like a slut; dresses like a slut.  She is a white girl who desperately wants to be black.  He clothes are all designed to throw attention on her.  It's always about her.  She is not a role model, she has no talent, she is a waste of press time.  Stop writing about her and she will fade into oblivion; not soon enough for me  Go away Kim and have that very black baby.  We're tired of seeing you, hearing about you, and speculating about where you give birth  to little black Sambo.  For everybody's sake, just fade away. 
Apr 24, 2013 3:08AM
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who cares,she makes too much $,what does she really do?
Apr 24, 2013 1:30AM
Apr 23, 2013 11:43PM
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Lord!!!  For being such a know it all, she sure don't know how to have a baby without gaining a ton of weight.
Apr 23, 2013 11:18PM
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I Have yet to see her in a full Burkina now that would be the only article  of clothing that in my opinion would make her, her sexist.  
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