Kendall Jenner's plan to stop Kim comparisons

KENDALL Jenner is dressing conservatively so she isn't compared to Kim Kardashian West.
The 19-year-old model is reportedly "working hard" to rid herself of all the stereotypes surrounding the Kardashians and Jenners and is desperate to show the differences between her and her half-sister.

A source shared: "Kendall is out there working hard to get past all the stereotypes people have of her family and Kim just keeps reaffirming them. Kendall goes out of her way to dress very conservatively whenever she is with Kim because she doesn't want to be judged like that.

"She wants to be taken seriously in the fashion world and Kim is just making that harder for her. The clip of Kim saying she gave Kendall a career is everywhere and she hates hearing it. Now Kendall feels like she's not helping her career grow at all with her scantily clad outfits."

And whilst there is no love lost between the pair, Kendall wishes her half-sister and brother-in-law Kanye West would let her have her "moment".

The insider added to HollywoodLife.com: "Kendall is happy that Kanye and Kim have gotten into the fashion scene but sometimes she wishes they would just go home and let her have her own moment in the sun. Kim always steals the spotlight with her barely there outfits.

"Kendall loves her older sister to death, but she really wishes Kim would dress more conservatively. She doesn't know why Kim wants to show off her boobs so badly as it just gives haters ammunition."



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