The Kardashians are at their most aesthetically impressive when they move as a unit, and every year, they attend Easter services together in a haze of whites and pastels that's often a stark change for the frequently black-clad crew. The tableau always includes color-coordinated bags, of course, but this year, the most interest accessory was in the hand of Kourtney Kardashian's 3-year-old daughter, Penelope Disick.
Penelope was carried in and out of California Community Church on the hip of Aunt Khloé, and on both trips, she was clutching a Fendi Beaded Micro Peekaboo Bag, currently retailing for $3,450 via Net-a-Porter, as if to remind the world that three grand means very different things to different people. For the Kardashians, it's couch change, and they might not have even had to buy the bag at all--Karl Lagerfeld, Fendi's creative director, is a friend of the family, and he tends to be generous with his friends.
The combination of small children and expensive fashion tends to inflame tempers on both sides--for every person who looks at little Penelope and wants to guillotine Ryan Seacrest for making that Fendi bag possible, there's another who finds it gauche to count other people's money. (And if you tried to count the Kardashian-Jenners', you might be occupied until you one day keel over from old age.)
No matter which camp you fall into, I think we can all agree on two things. First, the bag does look basically perfect with her outfit. Second, the Fendi Micro Peekaboo is almost comically well-proportioned for the body of a child not yet old enough to attend preschool.
If you'd like to outfit your own toddler heiress or just want to dress like this one, you can pick up Penelope's exact bag for $3,450 via Net-a-Porter.