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Kourtney Kardashian was decked from head to toe — and everywhere in between — with tributes to her new husband at their Italian wedding.
The reality star apparently wore a pretty lace thong with Barker’s name delicately embroidered on it for their big day.
Kardashian’s stylist, Dani Michelle, shared a sweet tribute to the new Mr. and Mrs. Barker on Instagram, including a snap of her skivvies with “Travis” embroidered on it … draped across a dinner plate.
Michelle took to Instagram stories to clarify the undies-on-the-table situation,writing, “thank you @laperlalingerie for making the sexiest and coolest lingerie for this special week. from her one of a kind underpinnings, to your embroidery and the cutest garter belts, it made our night complete!”
“I got one pair for our quick change — the rest is for our bride to share lol,” she added.
The 43-year-old’s custom thong wasn’t the only tribute to the Blink-182 musician, 46, in her wedding attire; the Poosh founder’s veil featured a design to match his head tattoo, embroidered her new initials, “KKB,” on her bridal corset and wore a white leather “Mrs. Barker” jacket at the reception to match his “Mr. Barker” creation.
Lacy La Perla was a fitting addition to “The Kardashians” star’s wedding day vibe, with Kourtney sporting a corseted lingerie-inspired Dolce & Gabbana mini dress for the ceremony and changing into a black version of the same look for the reception.
The luxury brand racked up more than $25 million in media impact value due to the label hosting the Kravis wedding week, and Michelle thanked the team on her Instagram story today.
Saying she “was overwhelmed with emotions,” the stylist shared her appreciation for Dolce & Gabbana for welcoming her “so warmly.”
“Kourtney wearing looks as a stylist I’ve never seen vintage dealers have, her sisters picking their favorite archive looks that we reintroduced to the world, and us curating this fairytail [sic] of love and fashion … these last few months my mind has been so full in the best way possible.”
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