Kris Jenner is a copycat, according to a silly tabloid story that ridiculously and wrongly accuses her of copying Caitlyn Jenner's clothing style. Gossip Cop can bust this factually inaccurate nonsense.
"Pathetic Kris Copies Caitlyn," reads the mean-spirited headline from Star, which is often quite pathetic itself. The tabloid goes on to cruelly write, "Kris Jenner constantly snags her ex-hubby's style but only winds up looking like a loser!" The piece was sparked after the Kardashian-Jenner matriarch recently stepped out wearing a long-sleeved white dress that was reminiscent of one Caitlyn wore with short sleeves. Now the gossip magazine is deeming Kris "fashion clueless," and even alleging, "Sometimes the style sneak even shows up at the same soiree in a duplicate dress."
Of course, there's no evidence that's ever happened, and if Kris and Caitlyn really did attend the same event in the same outfit, the photos would be all over the internet and in magazines, just as they are any time two stars accidently dress alike. But the outlet maintains this supposed behavior is no accident. "Kris has the inside track on what clothes Caitlyn is sent by designers and then tries to top her by buying something just like it," a so-called "source" is quoted as saying. "Kris goes out of her way to embarrass and annoy Caitlyn by showing up in essentially the same thing but she just winds up looking pathetic."
Again, the publication provides no proof that Kris has shown up somewhere in "essentially the same thing" as her former husband, aside from mentioning both wore red gowns for a Christmas party (a natural holiday color) and little black dresses at a fashion event (a typical design for all women). The article is accompanied by undated photos of the former spouses both separately wearing animal print designs and white dresses on different occasions. Considering both are extremely common styles, the pictures in no way support the narrative that Kris is going out of her way to mimic Caitlyn's look. In fact, Star is actually trying to dupe readers.
A simple Google search reveals the momager wore a leopard-print dress in 2011 and again in 2013, several years before Caitlyn donned one of her own in 2015. Similarly, for the white dresses shown paired with jackets, Kris stepped out in hers in March 2016, while Caitlyn wore something somewhat alike in April 2017. So, who's really copying who? The tabloid has accused Kris of "raiding" her ex's closet when, really, it just made up this story after a single instance of her stepping out in something similar to what Caitlyn once wore.
Every single other example, as detailed in the tabloid, doesn't hold up. Yet the magazine has the nerve to call Kris a "loser." Significantly, the photo above clearly shows Kris and Caitlyn did not actually "look like twins" at the aforementioned fashion event. That is just one of the many lies featured in this largely unfounded report.
Gossip Cop believes there to be elements of truth, but the story is ultimately misleading.