Kylie Jenner Took a Maternity Style Cue from Sister Kim Kardashian in a Sheer Lace Jumpsuit

Kim wore a similar look when she was pregnant with Saint in 2015.

Kylie Jenner is seemingly on a mission to prove that maternity style can be sexy. After debuting her expectant belly in a bodycon minidress during NYFW yesterday, Jenner took another unlikely approach to styling her bump, and took a cue from her big sister Kim Kardashian with her latest outfit.

On Thursday, Kylie stepped out in an outfit that was very reminiscent of the one Kim wore when she was pregnant with her second child Saint back in 2015 at the LACMA Film + Art Gala in Los Angeles. Rather than concealing her growing stomach, Kylie celebrated it, wearing a black lace jumpsuit that was completely see-through. She paired the suit with a matching sheer shawl that was tied around her waist, an oversized coat, and square-toe pumps.

Kylie Jenner

Kylie pulled hair back into a sleek bun and added a swipe of pink lipgloss.

Kim Kardashian

Earlier that evening, Kylie made the the case for the pregnancy crop top, and wore a spliced tie-front shirt in an abbreviated length while visiting the Revolve Gallery. She complemented the top with a floor-length orange coat and low-rise black jeans. A source at E! News revealed that the mom-to-be was in "really good spirits" during the event, and chatted with Revolve's chief brand officer Raissa Gerona about her pregnancy.

Kylie Jenner

Jenner announced she was expecting baby number two in the sweetest video montage on Instagram weeks after it was reported she was pregnant. "She wanted to reveal her pregnancy on her own terms and found that it was a healthy decision for her to try to keep it out of the public eye for as long as possible like she did in her last pregnancy," a source told Entertainment Tonight of the pregnancy video she shared on social media.

They added, "She wants to pour all of her energy into her body, the wonderful new being that she is creating, and to her family who are her biggest cheerleaders and supporters."

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