Khloe Kardashian, North, Instagram


Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's daughter knows what she likes. And at not even 10 months old, that baby has some good taste!

"This little cutie stole my earring! I ain't mad at you North! #AuntieKoKo," Khloe Kardashian wrote on Instagram along with a photo of niece North Westclutching a gold Chanel earring that looks as big as her wee little hand.

Of course, it's all in a day for Nori, whose closet has been dotted with designer labels since she was an infant.

But despite the lavish presents offered up by her parents' fashionable friends, North, who's already been featured in the pages of Voguedoesn't actually go strolling in haute baby gear all the time.

North West, Nori, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Vogue

"North has actually not worn anything designer yet!" Kim told People toward the end of February. "Comfort is everything. Kids get dirty. She'll spit up. She moves around so much. I saw this one cute dress that was $500 and I was like, 'Absolutely not!' I just want her in little onesies or leggings."

Sounds perfectly sensible.

That being said, Kim did describe her daughter's style as "simple, classic and really chic."

Hence the Chanel! Khloé's earrings appear to be vintage and surely a pair that she'd like to hold onto—and then North can really borrow them when she's older.

And when Kim and Kanye are ready to really make their daughter's wardrobe the envy of many, they'll have so many options to choose from. Also in February, Kim showed off the latest batch of gifts from their designer pals, such as a sweet white dress from Oscar de la Renta and a fab sweatshirt from Kenzo.

Who knew that shopping in a baby's closet could be so fun?!

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