Kourtney Kardashian Rocks Pointy Neon Yeezy Revenge Heels & Matching Bralette After Breakup

Kourtney Kardashian has had a headline-making week — even by Kardashian standards.

The reality star became the victim of a now-viral insult after sister Kim called her the “least exciting [Kardashian] to look at” in the latest episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” She also reportedly ended her nearly two-year relationship with Younes Bendjima following their romantic getaway in Italy.

Kourtney Kardashian and Larsa Younan leave Madeo Restaurant in West Hollywood
Kourtney Kardashian (L) and Larsa Pippen leave Madeo Restaurant in West Hollywood.
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But it appears the 39-year-old is doing just fine (at least on the outside).

During a girls’ night in Beverly Hills, Calif., with Larsa Pippen, Kardashian looked confident wearing a sultry neon bralette and matching yellow transparent pumps designed by brother-in-law Kanye West. The Yeezy Season 7 offering comes in a trendy PVC upper and rises a soaring 4.5 inches, made even sexier with a high vamp and ultrapointed toe.

Kourtney Kardashian shoes, Yeezy
A closer look at Kourtney Kardashian’s shoes.
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She paired the hero pieces with a sheer tank top and contrasting high-waist pants, accessorizing with a multicolored Louis Vuitton mini handbag.

In an Instagram post, Pippen shared a photo of the nighttime crew. “Living our best life,” she wrote in the caption. The group of friends went on to dine at celebrity-favorite Madeo Restaurant.

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