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Khloe Kardashian wears white bustier from White Fox Boutique in THAT controversial Instagram photo

How you can get your hands on the $49.95 waist-cinching bustier made famous by Khloe Kardashian in THAT controversial photo – and it’s by an Australian brand

  • Khloe Kardashian wore a white bustier in her latest controversial Instagram post
  • The youngest Kardashian sister shared three close-ups in the $49.95 corset
  • The top is from Australian label White Fox Boutique, also worn by Paris Hilton
  • Fans immediately accused the 35-year-old of having major plastic surgery
  • Her dramatically altered appearance has also been attributed to bad Photoshop

Khloe Kardashian is wearing a $49.95 top from Australian fashion label White Fox Boutique in the controversial Instagram photo that prompted fans to accuse her of using Photoshop and undergoing major plastic surgery.

The youngest Kardashian sister, 35, squeezed into the white ‘Unapologetic’ bustier for three close-ups shared on Saturday, May 23, in which she looks dramatically different to her usual self.

The Good American co-founder debuted a new honey blonde hairstyle that tumbled down below her shoulders as she posed in the cropped mesh corset and a pair of denim jeans.

The top cinched Khloe’s waist and enhanced her cleavage with underwire bust support and boning along the bodice, a series of stiff panels stitched into the fabric of corsets to create structure and sculpt the body into an hourglass shape.

Khloe Kardashian wears the $49.95 'Unapologetic' bustier top from Australian fashion label White Fox Boutique in an Instagram photo shared on May 23

Khloe Kardashian wears the $49.95 ‘Unapologetic’ bustier top from Australian fashion label White Fox Boutique in an Instagram photo shared on May 23

A model wears the white mesh corset, which supports the bust and sculpts the waist with stiff boning stitched into the bodice

A model wears the white mesh corset, which supports the bust and sculpts the waist with stiff boning stitched into the bodice

Made from cotton and polyester, the trendy top fastens down the front with hook and eye closures and zips at the back to offer maximum support from every angle and prevent the fabric from slipping.

The top could be styled with a white mini-skirt or jeans, like Khloe did, for parties or evenings at the pub.

It comes in sizes extra small to extra large and is also stocked in black mesh on the brand’s official website, with free shipping available Australia-wide for orders over $50. 

The Good American co-founder 35, poses in the corset in the second close-up

Khloe's dramatically different appearance prompted fans to accuse her of having major plastic surgery

The Good American co-founder 35, poses in the corset in the second and third close-ups that prompted fans to accuse her of having major plastic surgery

Previously confined to sartorial history books, the trend for corsets was revived when Miuccia Prada sent models down the runway in bustier belts covered with structured blazers for the Italian label’s autumn/winter 2016 collection.

Victoria Beckham created soft, woolen corsets the same year, while Rihanna put a streetwear spin on the style by including boldly coloured bodices in her newly launched Savage x Fenty intimates line. 

Versatile and flattering to almost every shape, corsets sculpt the body by supporting the breasts and defining the waist better than any other piece of clothing. 

They can be worn alone as a style statement or reserved for the bedroom as a seductive piece of lingerie.

White Fox Boutique hit headlines last week when Paris Hilton was spotted in its $149 Long Island Blazer Dress, a fluorescent pink mini-dress embellished with silver buttons on the cuffs. 

Paris Hilton wears the $149 Long Island Blazer Dress from Australian fashion label White Fox Boutique in an Instagram photo with American influencer Tana Mongeau posted on April 2

Paris Hilton wears the $149 Long Island Blazer Dress from Australian fashion label White Fox Boutique in an Instagram photo with American influencer Tana Mongeau posted on April 2

The millionaire heiress wore the frock in a recent Instagram photo with American influencer Tana Mongeau, proving her wardrobe is not exclusively reserved for the luxury designers she usually steps out in.

The dress is fully lined to prevent underwear lines showing through and stitched with shoulder pads which accentuate the top half of the body, making the waist appear smaller. 

The dress is also available in black and bright orange, a second nod to the revived ‘fluoro’ trend that’s swept back into fashion in recent months.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk