Kardashian’s focal piece was a bright yellow vintage-style “Ghetto Express” T-shirt that read “Charge It 2 Da Game” on the front. About three sizes too big, the back of the shirt is printed with “Silkk the Shocker,” the New Orleans-based rapper who rose to fame in the mid- to late ’90s.
It seems the 38-year-old wanted to pay homage to that era’s hip-hop-inspired fashion by opting for an oversized top that showed off plenty of leg teamed with a pair of short shorts. She accessorized with one of the decade’s favorite accessories too: a cellphone.
As for her footwear, Kardashian continued the hip-hop vibe by opting for Adidas, which of course were popularized by Run-D.M.C. in the late ’80s with the hit song “My Adidas.”
Instead of the classic shell-toe style that the group was known for sporting, however, the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star stepped out in black Gazelles. Her son’s look, which featured sleek all-white Nikes, on the other hand, was more millennium material.
Adidas Originals Gazelle Shoes, $80; adidas.com
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