Kourtney Kardashian believes the Duchess of Cambridge has a great sense of style which is accessible to women worldwide.
Kourtney Kardashian thinks the Duchess of Cambridge has very ''accessible'' style.
The reality TV star admires the way the British royal - who was known as Kate Middleton before her marriage to Prince William - mixes high end designer wear with high street items and thinks it is easy for people to copy her look.
She told Britain's HELLO! magazine: ''I love how she mixes designer pieces with price-friendly fashion that is accessible for women worldwide.''
Her sister Khloe added: ''Her style is classic, graceful and effortless.''
Catherine isn't the only British woman whose style impresses the sisters as they admit they love looking at the ''average girl'' in the street because they think UK ladies have an ''effortless'' sense of what looks good.
Asked which British woman's wardrobe they admire, Kim Kardashian said: ''Just the average girl in the street. British girls have their own really different street style and I'm always looking at them like, 'Oh my God, where did you get that?' Everyone is very individual.
''So I don't think it's one particular celebrity or anything, it's just street style from everyone out there. I think you're all very well dressed.''
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