When it comes to making sure everything is as basic and plain as possible, there is no one greater than Kim Kardashian. Although Kim doesn’t mind shocking the masses with BDSM clothing options for the entire family, she draws the line at bold choices when it comes to the people who work for her. As all the makers of basic bitch beige paint know, Kim’s house is as void of personality as she is. But Kim is very generous with her selections from the limited edition box of Crayola’s Sexy Shades of Shale, and it’s a decision she claims they were more than happy to embrace.
In case you don’t know that Kim’s soulless mausoleum is so cold that even ghosts need to grab a coat when they enter that shit, here’s some of it from a Vogue video posted earlier this year:
During Angie Martinez‘s IRL Podcast (via People), Kim reminded us that raising kids with Kanye West is like having a fifth child. She also relayed she doesn’t allow a mix of eye-blinding colors to be slathered over her workers once they step foot into her kave of kreativity. Instead, her clones are required to wear all the best colors from the Prohibition era while they’re working, though she admits none of them have any problems with her preferred color palette.
On Monday’s episode of Angie Martinez’s IRL podcast, the SKIMS founder revealed there is a dress code for her employees after the radio personality said she noticed the people who work for her “are all color coordinated.”
“Is that intentional?” asked Martinez, 51, to which Kardashian, 42, replied, “Absolutely. I have uniforms.”
“It’s not like hey, this is like your uniform. It’s just color palettes,” Kardashian continued.
Kim says that her employees are graced with a handbook of acceptable colors, which is probably called the Bitch Don’t Get Fired Today! guide because she doesn’t want anyone to stray from her home’s aesthetic. And with such decadent tones as cream, white, black, navy, khaki, grey, and the oh-so-seductive HEATHER gray. She does admit that the main reason she chose those colors is to keep her home’s zombie-like theme on brand at all times.
“My house is so zen, so I asked how everyone felt about it, and everyone actually said, ‘That would make our life so easy,’ ” she told the podcast host. “And once everyone was on board and thought it would be easier for them, I was like, ‘Yes, let’s do this.’ ”
“I should have like a free-dress day on their birthdays or something,” she quipped.
I’m sure they would prefer an extra wad of GREEN cash for their birthdays as opposed to being allowed to spice things up with a little bit of powder blue. But whatever, I’m sure when they’re not in Kim’s domicile, they go buck wild wearing whatever they want to. Something that, as an employer, Kim should reiterate to all of her worker bees since she does the exact same thing.