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While many of us continue to layer up for the winter, Kylie Jenner provides a stylish reminder that it’s still warm in Los Angeles, Calif. The beauty mogul kicked off the weekend today on Instagram wearing a skintight, strapless dress with a pair of trendy square-toe heels in coordinating sunny hues.
She wore the Sorella tube top dress in the mustard colorway. It’s made with 95% spandex and 5% polyester for a skin-hugging fit. This simple wardrobe staple retails for only $15 and is available for purchase on Sosorella.com.
For footwear, the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star polished the ensemble with the Bottega Veneta Stretch pumps in the Egg Yolk colorway. The of-the-moment sandals feature a cotton upper construction with leather soles and squared off mesh toebox. These shoes also have a wrap-around ankle strap with a self-tie closure and a 3.75-inch stiletto heel. Each pair retails for $930 and is currently available for pre-order on Saksfifthavenue.com.
The 23-year-old accessorized her high-low look with a Dior Dio(R)evolution gold charmed necklace. The luxury jewelry piece retails for $590 and is available in limited quantities at Dior.com.
Bottega Veneta’s strappy sandals appear to be a go-to footwear choice for Jenner (as well as for many stylish celebrities like Olivia Culpo and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley). The Kylie Cosmetics founder frequently pairs them with minimalist, monochromatic outfits. For example, she wore the Italian label’s $1,600 BV Spiral sandals in white and teamed them with a matching shirt dress and the brand’s $3,600 The Chain Pouch handbag in September.
To infuse a similar citrus-colored shoe into your wardrobe, shop these more affordable sandal options below.
To Buy: Villa Rouge Cashmere Sandals, $56.
To Buy: Calvin Klein Monty Sandal, $60.
To Buy: Vince Camuto Kantiel Pump, $69.
Click through this gallery to see Kylie Jenner’s style evolution over the years.