Kiki looks fab in this figure-flattering empire-waist frock. Pairing it with a chic blazer adds a touch of her signature glam.
It's clear that Kim is swelling a lot in her feet, which is totally normal. Those clunky sandals don't look like they're helping much.
I get that floral is everything these days — and I'm totally on board. However, this much floral everything is a wee bit too much.
Say hello to airport chic! Leggings, a denim button town and a maternity tank — score one for Kim's on-point maternity style.
Even though the price-tag on this maternity maxi hit close to $8,000, it's still a hit for Kim.
I actually love the neckline and arm bedazzling. Visually, it's figure-flattering and Kim looks comfy.
Recognize this dress? Kourtney wore it during her pregnancy with baby Penelope and it looks like Kiki raided her big sister's closet for maternity garb. The fit looks a little to snug for us, though.
One of the first times Kim stepped after really "popping", this tunic-y lace top with a satin empire-waist flattered her figure and fit appropriately.
Two issues here: The fur (not for me) and the tight leather skirt. I just get the feeling that Kim isn't comfortable at all.
I don't mind the dress from this angle, but from every other side, it makes Kim's frame look bigger than it actually is. A maternity miss, for sure.
Even though this is black, braided and sheer all over — I actually love it. The top (even though it's totally see-through) fits Kim's body perfectly and the blazer helps keep the look refined and fashionable. Even though she tried to throw me for a Kardashian-kurve ball with this look, I still love it!
It actually hurts me to look at this picture — so I can't imagine how much it hurts her to walk in these.
I like that Kim got adventurous with her fits, but I don't know if the lace detailing is just in the wrong spot or this top is just too tiny for the mama-to-be. I'm all for showing off your growing bump but a little more coverage, please.
For one of her first maternity looks, I am kind of torn on this one. The detailing on the chest make her look bigger than she really is, but the length of the tunic is actually flattering for a first trimester mama.
What is this? A onesie? I can't imagine any pregnant woman not wanting to curse the day this outfit was created every time she had to use the restroom!
Just say noooooo to designer footwear for the next nine months! Please! I am begging you.
Kimmy caught a lot of flack for these peplum (snakeskin printed?) pants. It made her look big in all the wrong places. And the crop-top turtleneck — what even is that?
While the fish-net look may have been in season and in style somewhere, it certainly wasn't here.