"A fanny pack is just convenient for carpool," the reality star explained to her followers in her Instagram Story Tuesday
Khloé Kardashian loves a good fanny pack moment.
The Kardashians star, 39, defended her choice to sport a belt bag after she was seen wearing one in her Instagram Story Tuesday.
“For those of you who love to remind me about the fanny pack situation…I don’t need the reminder,” Kardashian said in the clip.
“I’m gonna go do school carpool and a fanny pack is just convenient for carpool, OK?” she explained in regards to picking up her daughter True, 5, from school. (Kardashian also shares 14-month-old son Tatum with ex Tristan Thompson.)
“I get it. I love you guys. Everything’s gonna be OK. Fanny pack or not, everything’s gonna be OK,” she teased her followers before gesturing with a peace sign.
Before seemingly addressing fans’ comments about her fanny pack, the Good American founder modeled a black tank and high-waisted leggings set from her new Fabletics activewear line.
“It supports and holds you in all the right places,” Kardashian said of the sheen two-piece set. Namely, she noted that the tank’s built-in sports bra “gives me such good support and life, which I love.”
The reality star also commented on how the leggings “contour and lift and sculpt, but you can still move and just feel comfortable.”
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“I love my whole Fabletics drop, obviously, but these are no-brainer pieces,” added Kardashian.” You just throw on the tank, throw on the leggings, you’re good to go. I love them all. Hope you guys enjoy them and happy workout!”
Last month, Kardashian revealed that she collaborated with Fabletics on her line of activewear known as “The Khloé Edit.”
On why she wanted to partner with the brand, the fitness enthusiast told Vogue at the time, “If I feel really cute in the gym, it really makes me want to go and work out. So I do think investing in good workout clothes motivates you.”
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