Kardashian Christmas Card

December 20, 2011 by staff 

Kardashian Christmas CardKardashian Christmas Card, She usually favours curve-hugging dresses, but Kim Kardashian decided for a suited and booted look for her family’s latest photo shoot. The reality TV star, 31, joined her famous clan in a sleek portrait taken by photographer Nick Saglimbeni for their yearly Christmas card.

It was clearly a black tie affair, with her siblings also skipping cheesy festive sweaters for an altogether more sophisticated look.

Kourtney, 32, who is pregnant with her second child, vamped it up in a leather pencil skirt, white shirt and fur stole and k**ky metallic-trimmed heels which she slipped on over stocking socks.

The Jenner girls, who are both still teenagers, both dressed well beyond their years for the photograph.

Aspiring model Kendall, 16, put her catwalk worthy legs on show in a tiered skirt which she wore with a sheer black top over a white shirt.

Kylie, 14, slipped into a killer pair of heels and a black suit, which she wore with a pu**y bow blouse.

The men – Rob Kardashian, 24, Bruce Jenner, 62, Khloe’s basketballer husband Lamar Odom, 32, and Kourtney’s partner Scott Disick, 28 – all wore sharp tuxedos for the occasion.

The family’s matriarch Kris Jenner, 56, provided the only splash of colour with a slinky and sparkly teal dress.

But it was little Mason, 1, who stole the show in his too cute trousers, bow-tie and braces.

In an effort to ensure the card is truly eye-popping, the family also provided a 3D edition.

Kim wrote on her blog today: ‘Here it is! Our 2011 Kardashian/Jenner family Christmas card!!!

‘It was shot by the amazing Nick Saglimbeni and there‚Äôs a special 3D version that you can view with 3D glasses. What do you guys think?

‘I love our family Christmas cards shoots and I think this one looks amazing!’

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