Kourtney Kardashian Flaunts Baby Bump in Kylie Jenner's Tiny Clothes (PHOTOS)

Kourtney Kardashian

Huh. Remember several months ago when Kim Kardashian stole Kylie Jenner's bikini and bragged about it on Instagram? Yeah, well, apparently she isn't the only member of the family who likes to raid Kylie's closet.

As crazy as it sounds, heavily pregnant Kourtney Kardashian has taken to swiping pieces from her little sister's wardrobe not to wear after the baby arrives, but to pass off as maternity clothes without the slightest hesitation.

No, I'm not kidding. Check out Kourt sporting not one, but two of Kylie's signature looks.

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First she "stole" this dress:

 

And then like a day later, a tiny flannel shirt:

 

Do you like my shirt @kyliejenner ?

A photo posted by Kourtney Kardashian (@kourtneykardash) onOct 10, 2014 at 6:08pm PDT

 

OMG. Um, most of us are lucky if we can fit into our own maternity wardrobe when we're in our last trimesters, and here's Kourt, managing to squeeze into her pin-thin 17-year-old sister's outfits? Gah. If only we all could be so lucky.

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I know, I know, both of these looks are pretty loose-fitting, but still, can you even imagine for one second trying to fit into a teenager's clothes while sporting a big old baby bump?

And while some may argue that Kourt is having a crisis of sorts if she's obsessed with wearing Kylie's clothes while pregnant, all I can say is "more power to her!"

She's done a pretty decent job of maintaining a sense of style throughout her third pregnancy. Why shouldn't she have a little bit of fun and go out on a limb with what she wears?

But just to be on the safe side, she should probably avoid Kylie's swimwear collection until she's at least a few months postpartum. The last thing she needs is to accidentally overexpose herself while trying to get her tan on before delivering.

Do you think Kourt looks cute in Kylie's clothes?

 

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