Kim Kardashian and Kanye West truly are the perfect match -- and the couple took it to the next level on Wednesday, Nov. 20 by wearing identical outfits in NYC. The betrothed couple went the all-American route and stepped out in strategically ripped blue jeans paired with crisp, white shirts and heavy dark coats on their way to Brooklyn for round two of the Yeezus tour stop at Barclays Center.
It was a refreshing, more comfortable-looking option for Kardashian, 33, who for two consecutive days, attended events in tight, sheer outfits. (The reality TV star wore a netted, see-through top on Monday and a cleavage-baring, sheer black top to West's first concert at the Barclays Center on Tuesday.) The mom to 5-month-old North revealed slivers of skin through the distressed, strategically-placed slashes on her Saint Laurent chain-embellished skinny jeans, and bundled up in a white, crew-neck, short-sleeved sweater, topped by a long, black coat with gold buttons that fell to her ankles. Kardashian swapped her Tom Ford sandals for black, pointed-toe, satin pumps.
The father of baby Nori, 36, escorted his fiance through the throng of photographers parked outside their Manhattan apartment. West's jeans were not as elaborately torn as his wife-to-be's, but his faded denim had one large gap at his left knee. The "Bound 2" rapper topped his all-American look with a navy coat embellished with gray fur.
Earlier that day, Kardashian took to her Twitter to address a report that claimed she had undergone surgery to shed her pregnancy pounds: "I am very frustrated today seeing reports that I got surgery to lose my baby weight! This is FALSE," she wrote. "I worked so hard to train myself to eat right & healthy, I work out so hard & this was such a challenge for me but I did it!!! I'm so proud of my accomplishment & NO ONE will take this away from me with fake reports! Say what u want about me but I work hard & am the most disciplined person u will ever meet!"
The star's frustrations seemingly melted away as she was joined at her man's concert by jewelry designer Lorraine Schwartz (who helped West design her huge engagement ring) and British makeup artist Pat McGrath.