Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian shares struggles with psoriasis online. In Picture: Kim Kardashian West attends the amfAR New York Gala 2019 at Cipriani Wall Street on February 6, 2019 in New York City. Getty Images/ Michael Loccisano


  • Kim Kardashian's employees have a uniform while working
  • Her staffers are only allowed to wear "grays, heather gray, black, navy, white, cream and khaki"
  • Kardashian has a love for monochromatic colors and minimalist aesthetic

Kim Kardashian's love for monochromatic colors extends to her staff members' dress code.

During an interview on Angie Martinez's "IRL" podcast, the 42-year-old Skims founder revealed that the employees at her $60 million Hidden Hills mansion in California are required to wear uniforms when they're at work.

This came up after Martinez noticed that people at Kardashian's office were in "color coordinated" outfits.

The reality star then explained that "absolutely, I have uniforms," but added, "It's not like, 'Hey, this is like, your uniform.' It's just color palettes."

Kardashian shared that she provided a "handbook" for her employees, which states that they are only allowed to wear "grays, heather gray, black, navy, white, cream and khaki."

She continued, "We can stick with all neutrals. Not a lot of color blocking."

The beauty mogul further explained that the uniforms were mutually agreed to by her employees as part of the company policy.

"My house is so zen, so I asked how everyone felt about it and everyone actually said, 'That would make our life so easy,'" she said, "And once everyone was on board and thought it would be easier for them, I was like, 'Yes, let's do this.'"

She then joked, "I should have like a free dress day on their birthdays or something."

Kardashian has long been known for her love for monochromatic color palettes. In an interview with Vogue released earlier this year, the reality star gave a glimpse of her Calabasas mansion, which featured neutral-colored home décor and interior walls painted mainly white.

"Everything in my house is really minimal," she said. "I find that there's so much chaos out in the world that when I come home, I want it to be just really quiet and I want everything to feel calming."

Her four children, 9-year-old North, 7-year-old Saint, 4-year-old Chicago and 3-year-old Saint, were allowed to decorate their rooms depending on their "full style and taste," but the main house would remain neutral to maintain the "calmness."

During special holidays, Kardashian also prefers an all-neutral home interior. In October, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" alum went for a "more tonal palette" for this year's Halloween by having all-white decorations, including a skull-arch outside her front door.

As for Christmas, the reality star maintained the simple and minimalist aesthetic but added a huge lit-up Christmas tree to make the home feel more "magical."

Model Tyson Beckford recently remarked on Kim Kardashian West’s Instagram photo and she snapped back at him with a "homophobic" comment. In this image, Kim Kardashian attends the CFDA Fashion Awards in Brooklyn, New York, June 4, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton