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You’re probably a little too well-informed about the spectacle that was Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s wedding, right on down to Jaden Smith’s outfit (lookin’ good, Batman). But, after spending the better portion of our Memorial Day weekend scrolling through everything we “needed” to know about Kimye’s nuptials, we’ve finally pinpointed our favorite moment from all the hoopla — the part that was actually kind of cool.
On Tuesday, Khloe K. took to Instagram to post a shot of the couple wearing matching leather jackets. They aren't the first to having coordinating back tags (see: here), but we're particularly infatuated with the sentiment. Kim chose a BLK DNM jacket, which is incredibly rad — there's no discounting that. But, West's is from the Schott, the original creator of the Perfecto motorcycle jacket everyone has ripped off for a century. We can't help but wonder how Kim would've looked in the NYC heritage brand. After all, the classic toppers aren't just for men. There are plenty of sweet women’s iterations available on the site right now. Click through to shop a few noteworthy styles. We promise this is the last you’ll hear about the wedding — for the next few minutes, anyway.
Photo: Via @khloekardashian
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