Halloween has always been the festival for the Kardashians. Be it, Kylie Jenner’s ridiculously not-warm eskimo outfit (not that we’re complaining) or Kimmie’s unforgettable leopard costume. This year, it’s Kourtney who kicks off the Halloween fever with a little home decor that she has already started to set up at her house.
The 37-year-old celebrity gave her fans a little peek of what Halloween would look like for the Kardashians this year. On Wednesday, The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star uploaded a Snapchat story of her porch.
At her Calabasas mansion’s porch, Kardashian had set up pumpkins painted a ghoulish black and white on a series of steps. Right under the lighting, she had hung a skeleton, which is the least impressive prop to be found over there. Another skeletion lurks in the bushes as it dons a Pokemon bomber. Right by lamp, at the doorknob, Kardashian placed a ghoul’s face, hanging only by its eyelids. This one would make your heart jump right out of your chest.
As the Snapchat story continue, the camera pans to reveal even more skeletons strewn about in the front lawn. Then, we move indoors and it’s not that horrific a site. We see candies placed over the counter and also a few Rob Kardashian’s Arthur George Halloween themed socks.
Last year, Kardashian didn’t go for scary but did manage to pull off a sexy Wonder Woman outfit. But this year, Kourtney, who has three children with Scott Disick, she really is in the mood to crank up the scary.
The Kardashians and Halloween sit so well together that a few days ago, an online retailer had featured a costume based on Kim Kardashian’s Paris robbery incident. Although the costume kit doesn’t name Kardashian but it does feature a woman who looks very much like Kim, in a white robe with her hands tied and mouth gagged. The model also sports a giant ring.
Kardashian was robbed a few days ago during the Paris Fashion Week in her hotel room as armed robbers tied her up and stole millions from her at gunpoint. The costume was deemed insensitive and has been withdrawn by the retailer.