Kim Kardashian and her cleavage became a sign of bad taste, says the report of the Queen’s University in Belfast. The fashion gurus are strongly advising women not to style themselves like Kim Kardashian West at graduations.
The Queen’s University Belfast in its article on the website asks women “think Grace Kelly, not Kim Kardashian” while the choosing the dress. Queen’s does not have a compulsory dress code for graduations but the article said that “short skirts and cleavage” are “out of the question”.
Kim Kardashian, the icon of the social media, became a household name following reality TV series ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ and has also previously been a model. Her not exquisite taste and limitless cleavages many times were a subject of criticism, the fashion specialists said Kim often looks vulgar in her desire to impress the public.
The style advice was written by Queen’s graduate Thom Dickerson, who runs a private tailoring company:
“The reserved, conservative Grace Kelly is the example of ‘good’ while the ‘louder’ more ‘risque’ Kim Kardashian is ‘bad’? Isn’t that the same old, same old we’ve been trying to rally against for years now?”