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.

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AshleyG
AshleyG
6 years ago

Khloe looks FAB!!!

leather_fiend
leather_fiend
6 years ago

Honestly, this is just hilarious. And yeah, that bag is the perfect size for her! I wonder what she put in it… when I was little, my plastic purse included a plastic mirror, fake plastic lipstick, and a dollar bill so I could feel like a grownup 🙂

jayne steiner
jayne steiner
6 years ago
Reply to  leather_fiend

And a hanky.

Gia
Gia
6 years ago

And let’s not forget the Chanel Espadrilles!!! 🙂

Megs Mahoney Dusil
6 years ago
Reply to  Gia

YES!! And I think that’s just special order for big clients… but jealous!

Sparky
Sparky
6 years ago
Reply to  Gia

I noticed that too! Whatever. Mom and daughter actually look very nice. Family is in the entertainment business and its their job to be over-the-top. It does’t bother me.

That said, I find it a little uncomfortable they dressed like this for Easter. Could have toned it down a little. Correct me if I’m wrong but I don’t recall see-through lace exposing a bra being appropriate for church.

emily
emily
5 years ago
Reply to  Sparky

I kind of want them for my daughter.

Passerine
Passerine
6 years ago
Reply to  Sparky

Thank you for saying that. It’s not appropriate, but if they’d worn something more conservative and suitable for a religious service, they would not have gotten the publicity that they crave so deeply.

FashionableLena
FashionableLena
6 years ago
Reply to  Passerine

They may not be dressed appropriately (and I don’t think that they are), but Kris is one of the founders of that church. I doubt if anyone will call them out on it.

Aoedele
Aoedele
6 years ago

It’s their money or gift from a friend, it doesn’t bother me, it never will. Penelope is adorable, so jealous of her outfit, and Khloé looks fab.

Cbl
Cbl
6 years ago

Wait, these bags aren’t made for toddlers?? So confused LOL

Megs Mahoney Dusil
6 years ago
Reply to  Cbl

Ha right, these are def for kids!

Smithy
Smithy
6 years ago

OMG, Chanel espadrilles and a Fendi bag. At the very least, these kids are doomed. Born into a family that covets wealth, material possessions and no shame. Good luck kids!!! You’ll need it!!! Tick tock tick tock….only a matter of time before something really bad happens to this family. The set-up is way too strong.

Aoedele
Aoedele
6 years ago
Reply to  Smithy

That’s such a sad thing to say and wish on anyone. They are wealthy and can afford it, good for them. Doesn’t make them bad people. You can tell they are super close and love each other, and that is the most important thing.

Mary Smith
Mary Smith
6 years ago
Reply to  Aoedele

I don’t think you read what she wrote. You read what you wanted to read. There is nothing wrong with being born rich but every human needs to find merit and goodness inside themselves not in what they own or don’t own and at the end of the day of moms don’t teach good values to their children those children are doomed no matter what their income.

Aoedele
Aoedele
6 years ago
Reply to  Mary Smith

And you would know how they are raising their children how? Because they are choose to showcase a bit of their lives on TV?

Mary Smith
Mary Smith
6 years ago
Reply to  Aoedele

Once again you are failing to read what people have actually written. Making an honest exchange of ideas impossible. If you sought to just yell random things unrelated to what people are actually say you should be congratulated.

Aoedele
Aoedele
6 years ago
Reply to  Mary Smith

What have people said? Like tabloid people? They are known for the truth and all that. It’s sad to be so jealous of someone you don’t know to the point of wishing they’re bad parents. Says more about you….

Pbagobssesed
Pbagobssesed
6 years ago
Reply to  Aoedele

I tend to agree with the other two posters here. There are far richer people (billionaires and far more famous celebrities) who clearly are against raising their kids in this way (you don’t even see them flount their children and themselves in this manner in the media). Wrapping them with luxury at an age they can’t even understand the value of these things they are setting them up to a path of self-indulgence. These kids will have a wrong perception of the world and themselves and will likely struggle if all these materialism they thought matters would be all gone.

emily
emily
5 years ago
Reply to  Pbagobssesed

You can give your children nice and expensive things all while teaching them that there are those who aren’t as fortunate, and as much as I’m not a fan they do work hard for their money and I’m sure they’ll have no trouble to teach their kids the same. I think Kourtney is probably the smartest and realest out of the bunch, which is why I believe her kids will turn out different than Kim’s will. She is very doting and protective of her children.

Yoshi1296
Yoshi1296
6 years ago

She’s rocking the look! The bag and Chanel espadrilles are so cute.

Donna Wentz-Walter
Donna Wentz-Walter
6 years ago

Really??? They make WAY TOO MUCH MONEY!!!

Yazi
Yazi
6 years ago

That’s what they wear to church? *blinks*

Tank Diaz
Tank Diaz
6 years ago

Khloe looks great, probably not conservative enough for my liking for an Easter service, but damn she looks good, I want the hat!

Megs Mahoney Dusil
6 years ago
Reply to  Tank Diaz

I know, I don’t even like hats and I want that