When it comes to the most fashionable mommy and daughter duos, Cardi B and Kulture reign supreme.
Kulture may be Cardi’s broke little best friend, but our little sis keeps it cute in luxury designs by Gucci, Burberry and more. And every now and then, Cardi and Kulture bless our social media timelines with adorable matching outfits, like their latest Burberry fits that looks like they’re on the runway straight out of Paris.
Since being on lockdown, Cardi and Kulture have been slaying around the house and we’re here for it. Cardi also teamed up with FashionNova to give away $1,000 an hour for families affected by COVID19. That’s how you make an impact in fashion.
Keep scrolling to see some of our favorite Cardi and Kulture fashion moments from the ‘gram.
1. Burberry Besties
Cardi and Kulture put the burrr in Burberry with this matching fly fit.
2. Burberry & Birkin
Cardi loves her Birkins and keeps her baby in Burberry.
3. Colorful Cuties
Cardi and Kulture hit up Teyana Taylor’s album release party wearing these bright fits.
4. Bardi Gang
Kulture is repping for her mommy in this custom Bardi Gang fur.
5. Cowgirl Kulture
Kulture is giving us a mix of midwest and up north in these cowboy boots and fur.
6. Nike Check
Cardi and Kulture traded in their boots for kicks in this laid back but stylish look.
7. Easter Fit
Kulture looks fabulous in a tweed two-piece set on Easter.
Kulture was ready for the the runway in this Burberry trench that costs $690.
9. Slaying Vogue
Cardi and Kulture covered Vogue Magazine rocking all red.
10. Gucci Cutie
Kulture is a cutie rocking her mom’s Gucci.
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