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The Kardashian-West Clan Wore White, Bared Midriffs for Easter Church Service

The Obamas weren't the only public figures who donned coordinating Easter outfits on Sunday.
Photo: GC Images/Getty

Photo: GC Images/Getty

The World's Most Talked About Family, also known as the Kardashian/Jenner/West clan, had a relatively normal outing in the San Fernando Valley on Sunday afternoon: attending an Easter service at West Hills Church. But, as we all know, when the entire group gets together, the resulting frenzy is anything but normal, and photos of the family's well-coordinated — and, in some cases, rather inappropriate — holiday outfits have made their way around the web.

While the Obamas opted for a color-coordinated outfit scheme in D.C., Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, with daughter North in tow, decided to go for matching all-white looks for the occasion. Kim's tasteful knit skirt and tank top wouldn't seem too out of place in a church, but Kanye's tattered white linen tee, destroyed denim and sand-colored Chelsea boots were a decidedly casual take on the "Sunday Best" dress code. (Hey, at least he didn't wear any of his "Yeezus" merchandise to the Easter service.) As any young child on the holiday should, North looked as festive as can be in a white silk dress paired with a matching flower crown. She must know Coachella starts next week, and is getting into the spirit early.

As for the rest of the family, the looks were all over the place: Kendall Jenner opted for a revealing crop top and culotte combo, while her sister Kylie wore skin-tight blue jeans and a cropped sweater. Both paired their ensembles with lace-up stilettos. Khloe may have looked the sexiest out of the entire group, with a body-con white top and miniskirt, but she kept it classy-ish by topping it off with a (teeny-tiny) cardigan.

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If there's one family we'd expect to turn one of the holiest days on the Catholic calendar into a fashion show, it's the Kardashians — but we must say that, with all of the primping this outing probably required, we're impressed they actually made it to the church on time.