KHLOE Kardashian opted for a comfy ensemble as she dropped off her daughter and niece to dance class.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum cut a casual figure in the baggy sweats as she took daughter True and niece Chicago, both three, to dance class.

She rocked the matching powder blue hoodie and track pants as she bundled the toddlers out of her SUV.

Khloe wore her hair in a high bun and finished off the look with a pink face mask.

The mom-of-one shares True with baby daddy Tristan Thompson, 30, and kept a protective eye on the girls as they headed into class.

Both girls wore pink leotards to their weekly dance class and were seen chatting excitedly before heading in.

Yesterday, fans slammed the Good American founder fans for apparently "photoshopping her butt" in a new Instagram post.

The TV personality flaunted her curves as she stunned in a maroon Marine Serre crescent-moon bodysuit.

She completed the look with matching high heels and black sunglasses, while her hair was pulled into a high bun.

Additionally, Khloe wore large earrings and sported deep red lipstick.

But Khloe was accused of photoshopping her "butt and waist" as she posed in the tight catsuit.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians captioned the snap: "Whatever you do, be happy!"

New York City professional photographer and photoshop expert Ruthie Darling said of Khloe's pics: "Khloe appears to have warped the photo to make the waist smaller and the butt bigger with the liquify tool."

The 37-year-old was spotted filming the famous family’s new Hulu show as their $150M KUWTK contract ends.

Khloe sported a bold outfit while shopping for rugs with mom Kris Jenner, 65, in West Hollywood.

Last month, Khloe also launched a new ad for her Good American line, but the clip was deemed "too sexy" for television, TMZ revealed.

The brand new campaign was created to promote her "Find The One" jeans but featured a topless Khloe rolling around her bed with only the tight denim and a cloth to cover her chest.

Good American "sent the video out to broadcast networks to air this week, but it got rejected during the approval process," the outlet learned, "because it was deemed too risque for TV audiences."

The commercial was intended to be her first-ever television campaign, but she will have to rely on social media promo instead.





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