Thu, 23 Aug 2012 04:05:18 GMT | By Bang, additional photos by WireImage
Kim Kardashian's cringe-worthy choices

Kim Kardashian admits she does not always get it right with her fashion choices and ''cringes'' at what she wears.



Kim Kardashian admits she does not always get it right with her fashion choices and ''cringes'' at what she wears. (© WireImage)
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It's not just the flashy white boots that's got us cringing. This is one example of when more is definitely too much!

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