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What Indian Women Can Learn From The Kardashians
Keeping Up with the Kardashians (abbreviated KUWTK) is an American reality television series that airs on the E! cable network. The show focuses on the personal and professional lives of the Kardashian–Jenner blended family. Strip away the cameras, status, and fame and these girls are like your normal up coming women searching for success in sunny California. They’re beautiful, charming, witty and infectious, chasing dreams of work and prominence in the fashion industry. Despite a lot of crazy things that happen in the family there are some qualities and strengths that every Indian girl can be inspired. From being a serial entrepreneur to loving yourself here are a couple of things we can admire about them.
1. All about Sisterhood:
No matter if it’s an ugly break-up, a divorce or a separation, the women have each other’s back and an example of modern-day sisterhood. They’re brutally honest with each other about each other’s personal problems and relationships. And they behave more like friends than family.
2. Serial Entrepreneurship:
The Kardashians not only had their own TV Show but they tried creating different types of business like creating mobile apps, have their own make-up line, clothing line or publishing books.
The “Kendall & Kylie” mobile game has earned $3.5 million and Kendall is 20 and Kylie is 18.
Kim Kardashian boasted that she’s earned $80 million from her own mobile app “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.” Forbes has estimated Kim’s 2015 earnings to be about $50 million.
Kylie Jenner had launched a cosmetics line called Kylie Cosmetics with a line of lipsticks. According to Elle magazine, four of the six lipsticks released sold out in eight minutes and in ten minutes, all six sold out. The shades have unique names such as True Brown K and Dolce K, with one color inspired by Kylie's half-sister Khloe Kardashian. Online retailers, perhaps, also had a role to play in its popularity.
As far back as 2012, Kylie and Kendall partnered with the clothing company PacSun and launched a clothing line for teenage girls
3. Embracing Voluptuousness:
For those who are born curvy, don’t embrace their voluptuousness because they think that being ultra-thin is the ideal. When Kim Kardashian got married she wore a Givenchy dress that hugged her famous derrière. She displays her ample cleavage in Céline and Margiela, and celebrates a womanly, sexualized, adult body.
4. Loving yourself:
Bestselling author, Khloe Kardashian has undergone a makeover of sorts over the last few years. Khloe has been chronicling her journey to body-image victory for fans in a new memoir, Strong Looks Better Naked. In a late-night Instagram post, the Kardashian sister shared a lengthy message to her fans to promote what she's learned in the process of emotional self-love.
5. Own your sexuality (Despite the Sex Tape leak):
Although haters' claims that Kim is "only" famous because of the sex tape, but she's succeeded in spite (or because) of it. The Kim we've gotten to know through more than seven years of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, social media, television appearances, and interviews, isn't wild. She prioritizes monogamous relationships. She loves her children, husband, and family. Kim is a walking contradiction—a "sexy good girl," as McClain puts it. She can pose provocatively for Playboy, then go home to have dinner with her family. Kim's contradiction—her refusal to be seen as either 100% sleazy or 100% pure—is a far more accurate reflection of the complex sexual lives women today actually lead.