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Photo shared by Kendall Jenner on her Instagram.
Everyone loves TV personalities and their fashion sense.
They are looked up to for style updates and to follow what’s in.
Reality TV personality and model Kendall Jenner's cowgirl avatar is being loved by her social media followers a lot.
Kendall recently posted a couple of picture on her Instagram handle in which she is seen dressed as a cowgirl. She posed for selfies with her girl squad.
"Remind us to always dress like cowgirls," Jenner captioned the images.
Reacting to the post, a fan commented: "Love your look."
"Gorgeous cowgirls," wrote another user.
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