Kim Kardashian and Daughter North West Rock Matching White Outfits for Thanksgiving Celebration

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Kim Kardashian and her daughter, North West, recently dazzled on TikTok with a series of videos showcasing their holiday outfits and fun lip-syncing performances.

Reported by Page Six, in one TikTok video, Kim, donning a small black bikini top paired with black leggings, and her 10-year-old daughter, North, in an oversized white T-shirt and Hello Kitty jean shorts, enthusiastically lip-synced to Mariah Carey’s iconic ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’. The duo smoothly transitioned their outfits into elegant all-white evening wear as the music changed.

The SKKN founder, Kim Kardashian, stunningly rocked a figure-hugging white evening gown accessorized with a chunky silver necklace, matching earrings, and a sleek hair bun. Meanwhile, North exuded her own style in an oversized satin white button-up blazer with matching slacks, adorned with a pearl necklace, bedazzled necklace, and stylish sunglasses. The mother-daughter duo grooved to the beats of Soulja Boy’s hit single ‘Crank That’ while showcasing their holiday looks.

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In another TikTok video, they zoomed in to showcase their glamorous looks while lip-syncing to Kanye West’s song ‘Bound 2’. They mouthed the lyrics while flaunting their holiday glam and dance moves.

Notably, North West has recently demonstrated her knack for fashion critiques. On a recent episode of ‘The Kardashians,’ the 10-year-old voiced her opinions about outfits worn at the Met Gala 2023, where she didn’t hold back. From commenting on her mother’s ensemble, a Schiaparelli Couture gown with 50,000 freshwater pearls, suggesting it looked “beachy” and criticized the pearls as looking fake, to expressing her thoughts about Pete Davidson’s attire and Jared Leto’s cat costume tribute to Karl Lagerfeld’s cat Choupette.

Kim Kardashian humorously remarked in a confessional that her daughter has become the “fashion police,” unabashedly sharing her critiques of outfits. Despite taking it lightly, she admitted that being roasted by her 10-year-old daughter “stings a little.”