Kylie’s outrageously skimpy outfit
Congrats - you can now comfortably afford something Kylie Jenner owns.
The makeup mogul, 23, stepped out in West Hollywood in one of her most revealing outfits yet, wearing a white triangle knitted bra - valued at a cool $550 - with a breezy white jacket over the top.
More shockingly though was her $20 exposed G-string peering out of her tracksuit pants, which was accompanied by body chains around her hips.
The affordable underwear choice comes as a surprise with Jenner known for wearing expensive designers. However, the underwear is from her sister Kim Kardashian-West's shapewear line, Skims.
The mum-of-one was attending Hollywood hotspot Delilah on Saturday night. It was a weekend of partying, with the Kylie Cosmetics founder seen attending a party at Justin and Hailey Bieber's Beverly Hills mansion the following evening.
Jenner, who stars on the family's reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, just returned from a luxury trip to Turks and Caicos where she celebrated her 23rd birthday.
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She was joined by her sisters Khloe Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, as well as her two-year-old daughter Stormi.
The video has been praised for encouraging female empowerment and African-American beauty, but most of Twitter wasn't so happy with Jenner's feature, reminding people that she had been accused of allegedly stealing from black-owned businesses in the past.
One Twitter user wrote: "Kylie Jenner is a caricature of what she thinks a black woman is and praised for.
"That girl ain't never tried embracing her true self. Oh and she steals work and ideas from black creatives."
A second shared: "Not Kylie StealsFromBlackWomen Jenner popping up on my screen … "
And a third specifically targeted the whole Kardashian family.
"The Kardashians/Jenner's have always appropriated black culture.
"And honestly there could've been other girls that actually needed the spot in the video. Kylie is overexposed as it is."
Fans were specifically talking about the time that designer Tizita Balemlay of PluggedNYC accused Jenner of stealing the design of one of her camo pieces.
She told Buzzfeed in June 2017 that Kylie's stylist had reached out to her and they were the first ones to get their hands on the small designer's camo collection - months before Kylie came out with her own collection.
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