Kylie Jenner has turned into one of 2014’s teenage fashion icons with her cool and effortless urban style. I feel that she really plays with multiple, diverse looks, yet always adds an aspect of her personality in each one. This look is all about taking a simple Yeezus T and building an edgy, yet fashionable outfit around that. Sticking to a black and grey colour palette allows for a lot of accessorising, especially with checked shirts and gold jewellery. Kylie Jenner often layers with a checked shirt tied round her waist. She is also a fan of layering necklaces and stacking rings. I chose this ASOS pendant as it is longer and makes room for other necklaces to be added. I decided to go with leather look trousers instead of jeans to add a different texture to the outfit.
As for shoes, I opted for two more expensive possibilites as they are definitely investment and timeless pieces. The cleated sole on the Topshop pair are extremely practical for every day and durable. However the New Look pointed boots offer up a more chic dimension to the look. To mirror these varying styles, I found two bag options. The first, a black leather rucksack which is practical yet still on trend. The second a cute cross body fringed bag from H&M. Both are really affordable, wearable and majorly on-trend.
Kylie is a fan of cat eye sunglasses so these ones from Mango are perfect on a budget. Perhaps her most talked about trend of 2014 is her lipliner. It has become a huge part of her signature style and so many girls are itching to know what that lip colour is. In a recent interview Kim Kardashian mentioned that Kylie uses both Soar and Whirl by MAC. Since then, both have completely sold out. In saying that, I have found an amazing dupe which is a fifth of the price. Kiko’s Smart Lip Liner in Rose Mauve (712) is so creamy and easy to blend. It’s not drying at all and makes for the perfect Jenner inspired lip with MAC’s Please Me or Estée Lauder’s Rose Tea on top.
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Kiko Smart Lip Pencil in 712 Rose Mauve £2.50 (amazing dupe)