Kylie Jenner Brings Back the Beloved Tube Dress Trend in the Wildest Flared Heels
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Kylie Jenner brought back a basic trend from the 1990s and early 2000s for her latest "living room vibes".
The beauty mogul teased her outfit of the day on Instagram this afternoon and modeled a classic tube dress. The throwback silhouette can be recognized by its straight, strapless neckline and its figure-hugging design. Kylie's piece in particular is available in a soft gray color with a bustier-inspired torso and a cut slit with high legs for added flair.
As if her bold act wasn't daring enough, the media personality buckled up the wildest plateau heels. The sleek black sandals had a lacquer finish on a raised toe and a rounded, flared heel that appeared to be about 6 inches high.
The bold ensemble today proves the versatility of the everyday style of the founder of Kylie Cosmetics. Just last week, for example, the “cool aunt” posed with her nephew Psalm West to show off her relaxed clothes in a Cherry LA tracksuit. The Los Angeles-inspired set included a now sold-out crew-neck sweatshirt and coordinating sweatpants that were once retailed on the brand's website for $ 185. To keep herself warm, Kylie topped the set with a soft white teddy coat.
To continue the red hits in her clothes, the founder of Kylie Cosmetics tapped Jordan Brand for her shoes of choice. First introduced in 1989, the brand's Air Jordan 4 silhouette is made up of layers of leather and mesh upper, finished with textured lace eyelets and signature Jumpman emblems on the tongue and heel counter. Kylie's special colorway is covered in metallic red hits as part of a capsule that debuted in June to pay tribute to one of Jordan Brand's first colourway themes with four new iterations of metallic.
Originally retailed for $ 190, the sneakers are now resold at StockX.com for $ 295-560.
When it comes to sneakers, Kylie Jenner herself has an impressive history in the industry. Before being a beauty mogul, the youngest Jenner sister made several appearances in the sneaker world herself. She previously worked as a brand ambassador for Puma before joining forces with Adidas in August 2018, wearing only three stripes styles in campaigns and on social media.
At the beginning of 2020, the media personality posted photos of himself wearing a line of Swoosh sneakers, causing fans to speculate that her contract with Adidas had expired. Since then, Kylie has continued to wear rare kicks from Nike and Jordan Brand. When she's not wearing sneakers, the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star prefers everything from Giuseppe Zanotti zebra sandals to knee-high Dior boots to clear Yeezy pumps that go with clothing from Balmain, LaQuan Smith and Marine Serre, among others.
Recreate Kylie Jenner's bold moment of shoemaking with these stacked heels.
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To buy: Protection Lolyta Sandals, $ 138.
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To buy: Steve Madden Chaka Platforms, $ 40 (was $ 110).
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To buy: Jessica Simpson Priella Platform Sandals, $ 60.
Click through the gallery to learn more about Kylie Jenner's bold style evolution over the years.
Start Gallery: Kylie Jenner's style evolution over the decade
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