Kendall Jenner’s latest Instagram outfit reveal is iconic early 2000s style, from her head to her toes. On Friday, the model shared a carousel of photos from what seems like an impromptu photoshoot at a parking garage in which she is wearing a Loewe blur print tank dress. The tight cotton hugged her figure and offered a glimpse of leg through the high skirt slit as she vamped towards the camera in one clip.
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The slinky column dress was in a watercolor palette print of pink, red, blue, and swirls of sienna. She left her long brunette locks down, and accessorized with a dark red shoulder bag, gold hoop earrings, and glossy pink lipstick. Jenner also paired the dress with chunky black flip-flops that became the main event of her post after she captioned the images and videos, “I’m blocking all toe comments.”
Her family were amongst the first to test the truth of that statement, with sister Kylie Jenner commenting, “I love them” with two foot emojis.
Older sis’ Khloé Kardashian jumped in, writing, “Hahahaha even from me??” then added in another comment, “I love your big ass toe.”
Her mother, Kris Jenner, managed to hold back, only writing, “God I love you.”
Last weekend, Jenner made an appearance at the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party, unaccompanied by NBA star boyfriend, Devin Booker. That dress had the opposite silhouette from this casual look, featuring an explosion of black fabric and an overflowing bust.
Like the rest of her family, Jenner has been preparing for the new Hulu reality show she’s featured in titled The Kardashians. Over time, her feelings about being in the spotlight have definitely changed.
“I used to be really angry,” Jenner told i-D in a recent interview as she begins to promote the series. “I mean, you can literally find old videos of me screaming at the paparazzi for no reason, but also for a very obvious reason. I’m just a lot more at peace with things now. It’s hard to explain… it’s just something that you learn to live with, I guess.”
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