Kim Kardashian has all her old clothes in storage to pass down to daughter North - even if the youngster only wants to use them as Halloween costumes.
Kim Kardashian is keeping her old clothes - so her daughter can use them for Halloween costumes.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star is having a special storage area created in the new home she and fiance Kanye West are currently having renovated and will keep all her old garments, whether she likes them or not, until eight-month-old North is old enough to use them.
She said: ''I'm saving them all to give to North. I'm building a whole attic. At the moment I have a storage unit of all my old stuff and even if it's not really her style - or my style anymore - it's so fun to see all the flashy things I've worn.
''She can use them as Halloween costumes or whatever she wants with them.''
Kim's sister Kourtney is also saving her old clothes for her daughter, 19-month-old Penelope, as she believes fashions always come back around.
Kourtney - who also has four-year-old son Mason with partner Scott Disick - told Britain's HELLO! magazine: ''I want her to find and grow into her own style but I will always be here to offer advice.
''Trends always seem to come back around, so it's nice to think our investments will hopefully one day be revived and styled in a different way by our daughters.''
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