The momager wears another look straight from Kim's closet. See the amazing faceoff

By Brittany Talarico
October 09, 2014 04:28 PM
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Kris Jenner is at it again! The matriarch of reality TV’s most famous family headed straight to daughter Kim Kardashian‘s closet for an outfit to wear to Wednesday’s PSLA Autumn Party in Culver City, Calif.


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“Kim picked it out,” Jenner told PEOPLE of the army green Donna Karan design she wore on the red carpet. “It’s actually Kim’s dress that I’m stealing, because it seemed good, and it’s one of the things that seemed age-appropriate. So I thought, ‘I’m doing that.'” (The average 58-year-old mom of six might not call a ruched bodycon midi dress “age appropriate,” but Jenner is certainly not average.)

Jenner gave the dress her own spin with lace booties and a cuff (as opposed to her daughter’s lace-up platform boots and fur-trimmed coat), but told reporters she rarely shops Kardashian’s closet. However, we could think of at least two more instances where the mother/daughter duo have been spotted in the same look — check ’em out below!


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Earlier this year, Jenner wore another one of Kim’s neutral, drapey, curve-hugging outfits: the camel Givenchy top and skirt above. Kim originally wore this look for a family trip in Thailand, then lent it to Jenner for a high-fashion airport walk. (The votes on this Faceoff poll were also very close. Click here to see who won!)

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Then, of course, there was this red lace Valentino dress, which was a hit on both mom and daughter. As far as we can tell, the only rule is that Kim has to wear the outfit first before anyone (even her mom!) can borrow it.

Hey, we guess for a mother and daughter who take pole dancing classes together and snap swimsuit selfies, shopping each other’s closet is just par for the course. What do you think of their clothing swaps? Is Kris’s latest Donna Karan faceoff moment “age appropriate”? Share your thoughts below.
–Brittany Talarico