Kylie Jenner Wore Two Totally Different Gowns to the Oscars After Party Because Why Not
Strapless! Thigh slit! Who can choose?
What do you wear to the Vanity Fair Oscars after party? Well, if you're Kylie Jenner, apparently two separate outfits.
The Kylie Cosmetics mogul headed out to the event on Sunday night (February 10) alongside older sister Kim Kardashian, where she rocked not one, but two completely different looks for the night.
Initially, Kylie rocked a shimmering navy Ralph & Russo dress that, according to her Instagram post from the event, she "couldn't really sit in," but "was worth it." The glittery, form-fitting dress accentuated Kylie's curves and cascaded all the way down to the floor, obscuring the star's footwear. She paired the look with minimal makeup and left her dark hair free to swing about her shoulders. Her only jewelry options included a few dazzling rings.
But Kylie simply wasn't done there. After she was finished with her red carpet appearance, where she showed off her breathtaking gown alongside sister Kim, she apparently retired to her hotel room for a quick change into something a little more comfortable.
This time, Jenner emerged in a sultry, bright red off-the-shoulder Vivienne Westwood dress with a daring, high leg slit. She left her hair down, but accessorized with an eye-catching, three-strand necklace this time around. She completed the look with see-through heels, showing off her low-key pedicure.
Jenner has been in the media quite often recently, but not because of her fashion choices. She's been speaking out about the pressure she feels to have additional children, especially when she shares adorable new photos of her daughter Stormi, from ex Travis Scott. Stormi was, unfortunately, not in attendance at the very grown-up Vanity Fair party.
The 22-year-old is ready to have more kids eventually, but definitely feels as though she's being pressured to have a second child sometime soon.
"My friends all pressure me about it," she said. "They love Stormi. I definitely feel pressure to give her a sibling, but there’s no plan."