Kendall Jenner’s concept of a lazy-day outfit features a males’s gown shirt and no pants.
The supermodel’s newest FWRD edit consists of items impressed by her favourite weekend appears to be like—or, within the model’s phrases: “loungewear-turned-off-duty apparel that’s each sensible & cool.”
On Instagram, FWRD shared two photographs of Jenner sporting a chunk from stated drop—a white menswear-inspired button-down with skinny grey stripes, a pointy collar, and crisp cuffs. The mannequin wore no pants with the highest, sporting it as a substitute as a minidress—one in every of her go-to styling strikes.
Within the photographs, she is seen lounging in an opulent lodge mattress within the shirt, sipping espresso. A plate with some candy crepes sits in mattress together with her, as does an enormous pink e book. She wears glowy, pure make-up and her straight hair is down.
“BORROWED FROM THE BOYS,” FWRD captioned the romantic submit.
Jenner, the inventive director of FWRD, has posed in mattress in one other no-pants search for the retailer. Again in March, she shared an attractive picture dump on Instagram that includes numerous snaps of her mendacity on a white mattress in a semi-sheer white tank high, which doubled as a minidress. She accessorized solely with black leather-based knee-high boots with stiletto heels. Her straight hair was down, and he or she had on rosy make-up and a matte raspberry lip.
Jenner has been inventive director of FWRD since September 2021. “My favourite half has been with the ability to give enter at each stage of the inventive course of, from sharing my new designer discoveries to collaborating with the picture shoot staff on a extra intimate stage,” she stated final yr in a Q&A with Bazaar about her place. “I’m actually drawn to a barely minimalist, easy type with a contact of French cool lady. An ideal pair of denims and just a little tank with some cute equipment and I’m all accomplished. Manufacturers I’m actually into are the Row, SimonMiller, Toteme, Bode, and Khaite, to call just a few.”