Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian Strip Down in New Lingerie Ad: Is it Better Than Their First Ad?

The new ad for Kardashian Kollection intimates - which is available at Sears - has been revealed and it features the three sisters standing in their underwear in front of two large ornate doors. On March 13, Kourtney tweeted "Getting intimate with Kardashian Kollection lingerie! http://bit.ly/xRNqpP Love this new shot of me and my sisters!!" Kim posted on her blog "My sisters are I are excited to reveal our new ad for our Kardashian Kollection Intimates! The intimates line is so gorgeous, comfortable and feminine and we are very proud of the line!" It's not their first lingerie ad together; their first one debuted last fall, but which is the best?

2011 lingerie ad

Famous photographer Annie Leibovitz shot their first lingerie ad back in 2011 and in it each sister is sporting a very different look. Kim is wearing a black and cream ensemble with a garter attached to thigh-high stockings, Khloe is wearing a pink lace bustier attached to black thigh-high stockings while Kourtney is rocking a multi-colored bra and panty set. Kourtney looks the best overall while the other two are dressed in the best lingerie. Khloe's expression looks completely vacant and - maybe it's the lighting around the neck area- but both her and Kim's heads look almost detached from their bodies.

2012 lingerie ad

On March 13, Khloe posted " OMG how fab is this new ad for Kardashian Kollection lingerie?!? Nothing makes me feel sexier, plus it's all so comfy! Killing two birds with one stone! LOL" She's right; the ad is fabulous. Khloe is wearing heels and a black and beige ensemble with a garter attached to thigh-high stockings while Kourtney and Kim are each wearing a bra and panty set with thigh-high stockings and heels. Each starlet is wearing her hair down in beautiful waves, but what is up with Khloe's hair? The two-tone look is not flattering at all. The three are stan ding far apart while in their first ad they were standing very close to each other.

When comparing the two ads, the most recent one definitely comes out much better than the last one. Do you agree?

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