Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker match in tracksuits post-wedding

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s parade of Dolce & Gabbana duds isn’t over yet.

Following their extravagant wedding weekend in Portofino, Italy, the newlyweds stepped out Tuesday afternoon sporting matching black velour tracksuits from the Italian luxury label.

Kardashian, 43, wore an oversized hoodie and joggers embossed with Dolce & Gabbana’s “DG” monogram, while Barker, 46, teamed his hoodie with shin-grazing shorts covered in the same logo.

Both stars pulled their hoods over their heads and shielded their eyes with dark sunglasses, and the Poosh founder toted an itty-bitty Balenciaga bag ($2,200).

The pair headed out of Portofino in coordinating loungewear.
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Dolce & Gabbana, which confirmed to Page Six Style that it “hosted” the Barkers’ nuptials, outfitted the bride, groom and both of their families in a series of archival, new and couture styles over the course of the wedding weekend.

For the ceremony, Kardashian wore a short white lace and satin corset dress “inspired by archival Italian lingerie,” along with a dramatic veil hand-embroidered with an image of the Virgin Mary and the words “family loyalty respect,” inspired by Barker’s head tattoo.

The couple both wore Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda down the aisle.
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The whole Kardashian-Jenner crew also dressed in Dolce & Gabbana, with Kim and Khloé in black lace gowns, Kendall and Kylie in pastel florals, mom Kris in pink feathers and bridesmaids Penelope Disick, Alabama Barker and Atiana De La Hoya in gray tulle dresses embroidered with red roses.

The rest of the weekend’s festivities — which included a Friday welcome dinner and two fancy meals on Saturday — similarly had an all-Dolce dress code.

The Italian luxury label also outfitted the duo for Friday’s welcome dinner, among other events.
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Alison Bringé, CMO of brand performance firm Launchmetrics, tells Page Six Style the wedding has already earned Dolce & Gabbana a “crazy” $25.4 million in media impact value, the lion’s share of the $47 million generated by the event in total thus far.