08 October 2012 by

Kim Kardashian & Ko Come To Dorothy Perkins! Follow Their 10 Fashion Commandments

GALLERY >> Kardashian Style Tips

Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian are hitting the UK in just one month when the Kardashian Kollection hits Dorothy Perkins on 8th November. As the buzz builds for the Kardashian UK invasion, more details have been released and Grazia Daily is getting excited...

The glossy girls will host a VIP cocktail party on the 8th and then head to Westfield to meet their fans on Friday 9th November. They said: "We are so excited to be coming to the UK together to show our fans the Kardashian Kollection. We are looking forward to meeting our British fans at Westfield and showing English women are designs."

The collection has over 100 pieces and will be available on dorothyperkins.com and in 200 stores across the UK.

So you have just one month to brush up on your Kardashian style before their collection arrives on our shores. Their top ten style commandments include always wearing heels, being brave with your accessories and colour coordinating EVERYTHING.

Take a look through our gallery above and learn how to dress Kardash stylee.

- Emma Spedding

1. One must wear heels at all times

The most important Kardashian commandment is to wear heels at ALL times, whether on a stroll in the English countryside à la Kim or heavily preggers à la Kourtney.

2. One must have a bright designer handbag

It's no surprise that the Kardashians have hundreds of amazing designer handbags. Whereas most would choose a classic Louis Vuitton tote in a safe black or brown - the KK girls go for bright, statement leather. Their collection includes a Birkin in fluoro yellow and a Chanel 2.5 in bright, bright blue.

3. More is always more

With the Kardashians everything is always OTT - lips are as red as possible and hair is as long and shiny as can be. Need proof? Khloe's engagement ring is worth a stonking $850,000 and swallows up most of her left hand.

4. One must be faithful to leopard print

A real Kardashian must always wear a bit of leopard, or ya know, a LOT of leopard. They have leopard shoes, leopard bags, leopard scarves, leopard dresses - we told you, it's the Kardashian family uniform. Extra points go to Kim for giving in and pretending to be an actual leopard.

5. One must colour coordinate with your sisters

It's a phase sisters normally grow out of when they hit six, but the Kardashian girls (like any good girl band) dress like triplets.

6. One must colour coordinate with your boyfriend

Over the past few months Kim and Kanye have been morphing into one. They have the power couple name (Kimye, not that you could forget) and they have a matchy matchy wardrobe. When Kim wears black, Kanye wears black. When Kanye wears leather, Kim wears leather. Not to be left out, Khloe and Lamar and Kourtney and Scott have also tried out the colour matching style.

7. One must colour coordinate with your cocktails

The Kardashians don't just dress to match with each other and their boyfriends - they also carefully select their cocktail in the perfect hue. A strawberry daiquiri is a fabulous accessory with a pink bodycon and you just have to sip on a mojito when wearing a green velvet gown.

8. 0ne must own a rainbow of bodycon

The Kardashians own a rainbow of bright coloured tight dresses to show off their famous curves.

9. One must try monochrome

Kim Kardashian has recently ditched colour (we believe this has something to do with Mr Kanye West) and opted for a monochrome wardrobe. Khloe and Kourtney's future could also be in black and white - as we have already established they like to move as a perfectly blow-dried, Louboutin clad pack.

10. One must experiment with accessories

The Kardashians always have fun and experiment with their jewellery. Need some evidence? Khloe has worn a bindi and Kourtney has worn a turban. Ok these aren't exactly our favourite looks, but we do like their attitude.


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