kardashian christmas card

Awkward family photos are a thing of beauty, especially around the holidays. Don't you just love seeing your second cousin's family dressed up in matching sweaters? The Kardashians decided to once again get in on the Christmas card game this year and published a greeting that depicted the whole clan dressed alike. The entire gang's there -- Bruce, mom Kris, Rob, Kylie, Kendall, Khloe, Lamar, Kim, Kourtney, Scott, and scene-stealer Mason. Everyone looks relatively stoic -- no one's smiling. There's no holiday cheer. Just a lot of gray-green menswear and sequins.

But I guess the Kardashians wouldn't say this has necessarily been a happy year for them. Not in the last few months, anyway. Kim's divorce cast an unfortunate cloud over the family and maybe they didn't want to fake the smiles and merriment for the sake of the card. Maybe this chilly pic reflects their temporary unhappiness. Then again, Kourtney's pregnant, so there's definitely something to smile about. That and all their money would be enough to cheer them up, you'd think.

But the Kardashians are allowed to do whatever they want with their card, so if they think it's terrific, that's all that matters. From a style perspective, however, it would seem that eldest daughter Kourtney is leading the pack. She's been rocking the menswear look for years now -- bow ties, tuxedo jackets, and lapels have been her thing -- so maybe this picture is an indication that Kourt's style has influenced the whole family. Looks like she knows more about fashion than glamour-puss Kim, if I do say so myself. Kourtney has fantastic style, enviable style, and it's about time she's recognized for it.

Kourtney even blogged about it, saying, "There’s nothing I love more than getting everyone together for the Christmas card shoot! I love everyone’s matching bow ties!"

So do I, Kourt, so do I. But frankly, there's nothing I love more than seeing Mason in suspenders with his hand in his pocket, so win win.

Do you like the Kardashian Christmas card?

 

Image via Nick Saglimbeni (© 2011), using his patented Saglimbeni3D camera system