* Latest release from Kendall and Kylie Jenner
* Lightweight neoprene and mesh construction
* Hits all the right notes in athleisure trend
2016 was a tough year on the Kardashian clan. Between Kanye’s designs falling apart on the runway at NYFW and Kim’s robbery during PFW, it was enough to make any other family throw their arms up and walk away.
Kendall Jenner stayed above the fray this year, continuing to set trends while repping her top-selling namesake brand with little sister Kylie. Chalk it up to Caitlyn’s decathlon stamina.
Kendall and Kylie’s latest release is the Braydin II Sneaker, and we love how it hits the athleisure trend while still maintaining a distinct look and feel.
From Hollywood Life:
Kendall Jenner, 21, is the master of casual chic street style and that’s why we love her. She doesn’t go overboard when it comes to her model off duty looks and she likes to be comfortable, but stylish. Her latest look was super casual and she even rocked sweatpants!
Kendall opted to wear a pair of blue Thom Browne Intarsia Cotton Jersey Jogging Pants which featured four white stripes on one thigh, and skinny, scrunched ankles. She paired the sweatpants with a skin-tight long-sleeve black turtleneck, a white leather Louis Vuitton cross-body bag, black Givenchy sunglasses, and of course, the best part of her outfit, her Kendall + Kylie sneakers.
There’s nothing we love more than to see celebrities wear their own brand because it shows that they really care about it and would actually wear the collections in their own life. So, when Kendall stepped out in the KENDALL + KYLIE Braydin Sneakers, we were obsessed!
The blue KENDALL + KYLIE Braydin Sneakers are futuristic and they have a hidden wedge to lengthen the line of the leg and a neoprene sock that rises up to resemble classic high-top styles. We are obsessed with them!
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