Kourtney Kardashian Mocks Kim for Dash T-Shirt: ‘Did You Keep That?’

A way to destroy Kim’s “vintage” dreams.

Kim Kardashian sported a variety of boss looks in GQ’s 2023 Men of the Year issue after starring on the magazine’s cover, but one particular outfit caught the attention of fans and her sister, Kourtney Kardashian.

In one photo, the Skims founder holds two silver dumbbells while posing in a black cropped tank top reading “DASH” — the name of the Kardashian sisters’ now-shuttered clothing boutique — with a pair of cotton Skims boxers gray ($34). .

GQ calls her top “vintage” in the article, despite the family’s Dash stores closing only five years ago.

Kourtney, 44, jumped into the comments section after her sister shared the photo on Instagram, writing: “This is the DASH tee for me…. like, did you keep that?

Fans also weighed in on the hilarious remark on the Comments by Celebs Instagram account, like one who wrote: “Has @kourtneykardash not seen the literal warehouse where @kimkardashian keeps her old clothes?

Kim, Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian opened their first Dash store in 2006.
Kim posed on the cover of GQ’s 2023 Men of the Year issue.
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“I wonder if it’s okay for her to wear that shirt or if, because Kourtney was more involved in the store, no one else should wear it. It’s HER aesthetic. Only hers. It’s basically stealing,” another joked, referencing Kim and Kourtney’s famous wedding drama.

Turns out Kim wasn’t the only person still wearing her “vintage” gear from the store, with a third fan writing: “I still have my Dash t-shirt from Sears!!!!!! Of the sea !!!!!! 😂.”

Kourtney made fun of her little sister’s old top.
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Fans lined up outside a Dash store in Los Angeles in 2012.
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Kim led employees before the Dash store opened in Soho in 2010 in New York.
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The reality stars opened their first clothing store in Calabasas, California, in 2006, and the business grew to include locations in New York, Miami and Los Angeles before closing up shop in 2018.

“We loved leading Dash, but over the last few years we’ve all grown a lot individually,” Kim wrote on her app at the time. “We’ve been busy running our own brands, while being moms and balancing work and family. We know in our hearts that it is time to move on.

Kim may have moved on to Skims, but she’ll always have Dash.

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