Kim Kardashian

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Kim Kardashian made a splash yesterday without even going near a bottle of hair dye.

The E! star got the Internet buzzing by posting pics with stylist Serge Normant on Instagram mid-"transformation" and then stepping out with blonder-than-ever hair, the color an even lighter shade than when she went blond last summer.

But it would have been awfully sudden for her to go that blond and perhaps the texture didn't look quite like Kim's normal hair... 

And sure enough, Kim confirmed last last night that it was just a wig. "#BlondHairDontCare," indeed. 

All was back to normal by the time the 33-year-old brunette stepped out Thursday in New York—though she was looking extra-glamorous for your average day of meetings and errands.

Kim's dark locks were blown stick-straight and glossily parted to the side, the better to keep the attention on her figure-hugging nude dress, which boasted her favorite silhouette: a slim-cut skirt that hit just below the knee, a cinched waist and a sleeveless, plunging bodice that let plenty of cleavage pop out.

Nude peep-toe stiletto sandals completed the look.

Kourtney Kardashian


Kim wasn't alone on her NYC outing to the Meatpacking District today, either—sister Kourtney Kardashian was with her and all dolled up in lace-trimmed satin shorts, a button-up blouse with a subtle animal print, a long powder-pink summer coat and her own pair of nude stilettos.

So obviously the expectant sister's feet can still take the heat.

Kourtney even flashed a big smile and waved at the cameras, the picture of radiance.

Watch the drama and fun unfold on new episodes of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Sundays at 9 p.m. on E!

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