Kourtney Kardashian Replies to Troll Wondering Why She’s Not “Classy” Anymore

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Kourtney Kardashian loves a good clapback at random trolls who question her life choices. Since the start of her relationship with husband Travis Barker, Kardashian has gone through a notable style transformation. While most of her fans think she rocks the rocker look, a few have aimed criticisms at the 43-year-old reality TV star's wardrobe.

On Thursday, March 9, she responded to one of those negative comments after sharing a carousel of images on Instagram from the last few months. Some of the pics show a more classic “Kourtney” look, including her formerly black hair in a longer cut but also some pics of her new platinum blonde bob.

In other pics, she’s wearing a leopard-print dress under a massive coat, a large checkered sweater sans pants, and a cream coat with “Mrs. Barker” written across the back. In the comments, one troll took issue with her style, writing, “So not Kourtney! She use[d] to be so classy! Wonder what her family thinks of her new style?”

Kardashian didn’t answer the question exactly, but she did reply, “Ooooh inquiring minds would like to know, this is so fascinating.”

The Poosh founder has had to stand up more for herself recently after facing rumors she was pregnant. The influencer shared a photo of herself in a crop top on Instagram where her belly is just slightly rounder than usual, and fans jumped on the idea she might be pregnant. Kardashian then explained that she actually recently went through IVF, which can have that affect on the body.

“The after affects [sic] of IVF,” Kardashian wrote. “I only acknowledge this comment bc I do think it’s important to know how IVF affects women’s bodies and it’s not spoken about much. Also are we still asking women if they’re pregnant?”

Kardashian told WSJ. Magazine in September 2022 that she and Barker had stopped in vitro fertilization treatments when the procedure was unsuccessful.

“We started an IVF journey, but I stopped. It was a lot,” she said.

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