Khloe Kardashian doesn't feel pressure to look good and is more interested in being comfortable in her own skin.
Khloe Kardashian won't let anyone define how she looks.
The reality TV star isn't interested in fitting into the ''mould'' of what's considered attractive and says the most important thing is being comfortable and confident in her own skin.
Quizzed whether she feels pressure to always look her best, Khloe exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''I don't, I feel pressure to look how I wanna feel. I don't let anyone define how I should look and how I shouldn't.
''I just think you need to be comfortable in your own skin because you're never going to make everyone happy, so even if I did try to fit your mould, someone else might not be happy. So just make yourself happy!''
The 29-year-old beauty insists she hasn't been getting ideas from her pal Kelly Osbourne and won't be hosting her own fashion TV show - yet.
Khloe said: ''Never say never, but right now there's so much on our plate we want to just nurture what we have.''
Khloe and her sisters Kim and Kourtney have teamed up to create a brand Kardashian Kollection clothing line for Lipsy, inspired by their own individual styles.
The stylish sisters like to keep their wardrobes updated by swapping clothes, but sadly can't do the same with their shoe collections.
Speaking at the at the launch party for the Kardashian Kollection for Lipsy at London's Natural History Museum last night (14.11.13), Khloe quipped: ''We do borrow each others' clothes, but not the shoes because we all have different sized feet, which is annoying because we could save so much money!''
The Kardashian Kollection for Lipsy is available now at Lipsy stores nationwide and online at Lipsy.co.uk.
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