Kourtney Kardashian Still Owns Her High School Prom Shoes
We’ve all got that one thing in our closets we just can’t seem to part with. Whether it’s a dress that still makes us feel like a million bucks when we put it on or a now-holey pair of jeans that give our rear a lift, they always end up in the “keep” pile during our annual spring cleaning. For Kourtney Kardashian, it’s an essential part of her high school prom outfit.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star recently admitted that she still owns her prom shoes — the fact that they’re Gucci heels might have something to do with holding on to the 20-year-old heels.
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The 37-year-old posted a shot of the Gucci sandals with wrap-around straps and a buckle detail to Snapchat with the simple caption, “My prom shoes from high school.”
She certainly isn’t the only member of the Kardashian clan clinging to her older fashions: Kim Kardashian West also recently copped to saving all her old designer dresses against husband Kanye’s advice for her daughter North. “Even when Kanye thought he cleaned out my closet, I kept it all secretly for my daughter one day,” she said.
Considering Kourtney’s daughter, Penelope, is only just four, it will be some time before she has a prom of her own, but maybe she’ll also inherit mom’s killer hand-me-downs someday.
After all, does Gucci really ever go out of style? We think not.
What’s the oldest item you have in your closet? Tell us over @BritandCo.
(h/t People, photos via Jamie McCarthy + John Scuilli/Getty)
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