Kylie Jenner Just Made Her Jeans Work as a Top

Because of course she did.

Kylie Jenner Instagram

Kylie Jenner Instagram 

Taking after the likes of Dua Lipa and that one girl from Hilary Duff’s iconic early aughts anti-bullying commercial (you know the one), Kylie Jenner just decided to repurpose her bottoms in the most resourceful way possible: by wearing them as a top.

On Sunday, the Kylie Cosmetics founder shared a snap of the controversial OOTD on her Instagram Story before heading to a Rosalía concert in Los Angeles. Flexing her posing chops in the mirror, Jenner’s selfie detailed what appeared to be a black pair of jeans DIY’ed into a top with the waistline fashioned into an off-the-shoulder neckline and armholes replacing pockets on either side. A similar pair of slouchy black jeans, a simple belt, and gold hoop earrings completed Kylie’s look, and she wore her hair slicked into a low bun.

While the concert seemed to serve as a parents’ night out (an earlier Instagram Story inclusion showed Jenner’s pointy-toed pumps standing next to a pair of men’s shoes), it came shortly after the mother-of-two shared a rare glimpse at her youngest child on social media.

On Wednesday, Kylie posted a roundup of photos on Instagram following a stint abroad for Paris Fashion Week simply captioned “home 🦋🦋.” Aside from picturesque fall scenes and an adorable welcome home sign, the carousel also included multiple photos of her and Travis Scott’s 8-month-old son’s tiny baby feet and legs — first lounging on mom poolside and again when matching shoes with big sister Stormi Webster. 

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While Kylie has yet to reveal her son’s name, the youngest Jenner did share that they’ve tried on multiple monikers for their baby since bringing him home in February during a recent episode of The Kardashians.

“It hasn't been changed legally yet," she explained in a confessional on the show. "Travis actually still changes his name a few times. He'll come back and be like 'I really like this name.' And then for the day, he'll call him that. And I'm like we can't do this again."

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