Khloe Kardashian and the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan are always striving to be fashion forward. Last weekend however, Khloe admitted to committing a fashion faux-pas by coming to a pool party overdressed. Meanwhile, Scott Disick manages to keep it together despite being surrounded by loads of booze.
Khloe and Scott went off to Connecticut last Sunday to host a poolside party for Foxwoods Resort and Casino entitled "Liquid Sundays." The reality TV stars graced the occasion and even helped promote it on their personal Instagram sites in the days leading up to the event. The event poster called for reservations for cabanas and day beds leaving further details as to the nature of the event which is to be held by the resort's pool.
Khloe turned up in a body hugging black dress and sky-high heels and she admitted in an on-site interview with People that she came over-dressed. The rest of the party's guests were bikini-clad or were donning various kinds of summer gear just like Khloe's companion Scott Disick. The Lord, as he likes to call himself, dropped his usual dapper suit and opted for a simple round-neck grey shirt and shorts. Khloe didn't really seem bothered by it though and continued to enjoy the pool side festivities with a pink champagne in hand.
Scott meanwhile, joked on the same interview that he will be drinking out of the pool. Scott's troubles with alcohol have not been a secret and in fact, in last week's episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," he was seen getting loud and rowdy again after a few drinks. The incident occurred in Miami and luckily despite his girlfriend Kourtney's outrage, Khloe was there to get him under control and prevent him from getting into any real trouble. This time around, while Khloe was drinking her champagne, Scott stayed away from the booze despite the abundance of choices all around him.
The pair has since returned to Los Angeles after presumably wrapping up their time in The Hamptons. Scott is on a roll and has just posted on Instagram that he's off to yet another appearance, this time in Las Vegas for the store opening of the United States Polo Association.