Kim Kardashian's 'Hideous' New Style Is As Unique As It Gets (PHOTO)

Kim Kardashian

She's usually such a fierce slave to fashion that it's rare to see her venturing out of the house in anything other than perfectly put-together ensembles (even when she's headed to the gym), but apparently even Kim Kardashian makes exceptions from time to time.

And while the new purse she was spotted carrying around LA might look like a pretty huge eyesore to passersby, you gotta give her credit for not being afraid to wear the Hermes bag North West painted for her, which was given to her as a birthday gift from Kanye West.

Seriously, if you didn't realize this was a present that had been customized by Nori, wouldn't you be a little bit confused?

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Me & my bae out today � Wearing my favorite bag painted by my little North �

Une photo publiée par Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) onNov. 11, 2014 at 2:51 PST

 

Yeahhhhhh. It's not exactly the most stylish purse on the planet, but then again, it's definitely one of a kind, which has to count for something. (And at least it's colorful?)

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I can't lie. Something about Kim toting around this bag makes me love her a little bit more. Don't you think it's sweet how she's referring to it as her favorite, simply because it's something her little girl made specifically for her? Reality star or not, at the end of the day, she's still a "regular" mom, and it's endearing that she's so proud to carry around a token of affection from her daughter, even if it is a little on the hideous side.

But then again, this is Kim we're talking about, so she could totally kick off a new fashion trend of moms letting their little ones scribble all over their handbags to achieve a unique look. If nothing else, at least having all of those different colors on it ensures that it will perfectly complement any outfit.

Do you think it's sweet that Kim proudly carries Nori's bag?

 

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