Kylie Jenner is fall-ready and serving looks in a new photo that she shared on her official Instagram account. Kylie is the first member of her family to hit 200 million Instagram followers and the beauty mogul certainly knows how to keep their attention. From her fleet of luxury cars and gorgeous designer outfits, Kylie loves to share glimpses of her fabulous life with her fans. Now she’s showing off a gorgeous sherpa coat from Charlotte Knowles called the Exclusive Black & Green Shearling Joan Jacket. The coat retails for approximately $2425.
The coat is made from black leather and comes to the waist. It has long sleeves and a green, sherpa lining. The lining is featured on the collar, cuffs, hem, front pockets, and runs down the length of the sleeves. Keeping with the green and back color scheme, Kylie paired the coat with matching black and green cow-print leggings. The leggings flare at the hem and she wore a pair of stiletto heels with the outfit.
Kylie crouched down for a selfie and flashed, long, manicured nails as she held up her cellphone for the glamorous shot.
Celebrity hairstylist Jesus Guerrerro quickly commented on Kylie’s photo and also shared a video on his own Instagram account showing off Kylie’s latest hairstyle. He styled her hair that was dark-ash blonde and reached past her waist.
You may see the photo that Kylie Jenner shared below.
Kylie had two impressive accessories with her in the photo. Both were from Dior. The sunglasses that Kylie Jenner wore are called the Dior Rhinestone Rimless Jumbo Logo Glasses. They retail for about $340 and have a slight tint to the lens. The bag on the floor, in front of Kylie Jenner’s feet, is also from Dior. It is called the Dior Gambler Dice Boston Bag.
What do you think about Kylie Jenner’s outfit? Do you like the Charlotte Knowles Exclusive Black & Green Shearling Joan Jacket?
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