Kylie Jenner eschews ‘hard pants,’ wears affordable & not-so-affordable sweats

Kylie Jenner is still on lockdown in her home… for the most part. She did step outside this week and she wasn’t wearing a mask or anything, nor did it look like she was wearing makeup or a wig or anything fancy. She looked… well…

It’s a little bit funny. What are the Kardashian-Jenners going to look like without their Botox and filler top-offs and with their plastic surgery enhancements in need of supervision? I’m more worried about Kim and Khloe going back to their “natural” looks than Kylie. Also: her sweatsuit in those photos cost $1500. I’m not joking.

Meanwhile, Kylie has been posting some photos from home. While she wore the $1500 sweatsuit for her brief foray outside, she’s been wearing more affordable gear inside her house:

When you’re Kylie Jenner, boring sweatpants just won’t do. Though the 22-year-old billionaire did step out on Monday in astonishingly expensive tie-dyed sweatsuit priced at over $1,500, she’s been partial to simple, skintight catsuits while stuck at home. Jenner recently posed on Instagram in a black zippered catsuit ($76) from Naked Wardrobe, showing off her bob-length natural hair. She has previously worn a similar style from the same brand ($62) on multiple occasions — including on a ski trip this winter, when she paired it with pricey vintage designer goods.

Most recently, the makeup mogul teamed a charcoal bodysuit ($42) and matching leggings ($42) from the affordable brand with her ex-boyfriend Travis Scott’s exclusive Dior x Nike Jordan sneakers for a jumpsuit-like look. Naked Wardrobe is a favorite among stars like Jennifer Lopez and Jenner’s sister Khloé Kardashian, and there’s no surprise why; the comfy basics are made with spandex, making Kylie’s catsuit just as forgiving as a soft pair of sweatpants.

[From Page Six]

There’s been a lot of talk about quarantine clothes and whether anyone should wear “hard pants” in isolation. Speaking as someone who always works from home, no, don’t wear hard pants. DO wear pants though. Just make them sweats or leggings or lounge pants. Personally, I like a baggy look overall, so I’m not wearing skintight stuff like Kylie, but that’s comfortable for some women.

Photos courtesy of Kylie’s IG.

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  1. Erinn says:

    She looks SO cute smiling without a ton of makeup on. She looks her age! I get that makeup is her brand now, so of course she’s going to wear a ton of it. If makeup makes her happy I’m not going to tell her she shouldn’t wear it. But I hope she realizes that she doesn’t NEED it.

    • Yup, Me says:

      Her challenge, though, is that she’s using fillers and makeup to alter her features and look more ethnically ambiguous. If she was okay with looking like her regular thin lipped pale faced self, then she would not need make up. Her brand isn’t based on her regular thin lipped pale faced self, though.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      she looks like a totally different person in those pics on twitter.

    • missskitttin says:

      “she” in makeup in sultry pose doesnt resemble the “she” without makeup or pose. scarily different. Not alike in any way or form.

  2. Arabella says:

    Pretty sure they’ll all have injectors make house calls.

  3. HMC says:

    Where are her shoes? Is she headed toward a Britney moment?! (J/k I think)

  4. Nikki says:

    She looks cute and her age! Agree that as she sells make-up she will wear a ton, but she should do some natural looks too (mind you I don’t own make-up and never had but I appreciate how women love how they feel with it on). They will not be able to deny all the fillers and stuff they do to themselves, the whole its make-up/lighting/contouring is blatant lies.

  5. Adrianna says:

    I don’t think she’s always loaded with makeup other than for photo shoots, being out in public, and for promoting her brand. She has to look the part since that’s the business she’s in. At home and hanging out with family, she probably wears minimal makeup and lounges around in sweat pants, like a lot of us do.

  6. Lightpurple says:

    As a woman with a naturally large butt, “hard pants” are hard to fit and can be quite uncomfortable depending on how they stay or ride when the body moves. I can imagine that with an artificial butt, the discomfort might increase.

  7. damejudi says:

    GFY has a slideshow from the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, and there are some pics of Kylie.

    I just think she looked so much better then-she was a cute teenager. I can’t imagine fighting/resisting against the pressure from PMK to change her face.

  8. Steph says:

    Do any of y’all think that she’s giving off that Joker-esque smile with all the fillers she’s had? Sort of like a young white version of Lauren Sanchez…

    • ME says:

      Kim has that same joker smile when she’s been freshly injected.

      I can’t believe Kylie just a few weeks ago put out a video about how important it is to stay home. Yet she was seen going to her friend’s house and there was a story that Kylie and Travis were seen in Palm Springs at her mom’s house there. I don’t know but this family is full of sh*t. It appears they still have their staff working, body guards, nannies, chefs, maids. Aren’t they telling their staff to stay home and “be safe”. LOL yeah right.

      I also find it funny that whenever the family gets even one pic taken without full glam, they have to quickly post a super filtered pic the very next day. Kylie did this exact thing. Look at the difference between those pics. How does one’s skin color change that much from one day to the next ??? I really hope her young fans aren’t THAT stupid.

    • SpencerAuLait says:

      Yes! Absolutely. I totally see it

  9. Case says:

    I have some loungewear I really love but for some reason, quarantine has made me want a matching sweatsuit. I don’t know why. I guess it’s just to feel some sense of order and control, lol.

  10. Mellie says:

    $1500?!?! My kids made similar t-shirts at home crafting when they were younger…if I knew then what I know now.

  11. Kerbear says:

    There’s no way anyone in that family is going back to their natural looks. They 100% have doctors on call that will come inject them for the right price.

  12. Nancypants says:

    Yeah, I’m a softie pants fan but cheap.
    They are great for running quick little errands, so, I want them to look nicer but $1500.???
    No way.
    The hosts of the radio show I listen to were talking about this very thing this morning.
    The female host said her most expensive pair of softie pants were $250. and she’s had them about 15 years but they are cashmere.

    I love cashmere but can you imagine wearing cashmere sweat pants?
    My pants wear out or get cooking spots or bleach spray or something on them, so, I just replaced a couple with…TA DA! Walmart pants.
    No really. You could almost read the ‘paper through the ones I had and these are super cute, soft, have a tiny bit of Spandex and were $23. Well made too.

    I wouldn’t have thought of WMart but all our retail stores are closed and the ones I ordered from Amazon didn’t fit quite right or didn’t look like the picture. I love free returns.

    I might get fancy soft house clothes some day.
    No I won’t.

    P.S. The hosts said Meg M. was spotted shopping for her mansion wearing $500. sweatpants. Not sure if that’s true but at least she was out shopping.

    • Anners says:

      I just bought myself a pair of Walmart sweatpants from their Canadiana collection (kinda like a low budget Roots I think) and they are the comfiest things i’ve ever worn at a 1/3 of the price of Roots sweats – I shall be stocking up!

      • Nancypants says:

        I’ll check that out too.
        Mine are Athletics works. Cotton w/ 12% Spandex; not thin, not thick, not fleece, not sloppy, not tight.
        I got a pair with the cuffs at the ankles and a pair with straight legs.

        The next time Goldie or Mariah invite me to lounge at their chalets up in Aspen, I’ll order some Cashmere sweats and LV luggage.

  13. Elizabeth says:

    This family with their “body makeup” and “tans.” Clowning.


    I don’t own any “soft pants,” I guess. Like I have workout leggings and more casual leggings for yoga, but I don’t own lounge pants or sweat pants. My friends have teased me about this for ages. They just make me feel sloppy. When I’m home I wear a really cute floral robe I got on sale from Yumi Kim, and I also have cute pajama sets with the button up short sleeve top and shorts. I just feel like that’s more of a style. I think that this may cause a dumbed down response to athleisure when all this is over—people wearing clothes you could paint your house in when they’re out and about. If that’s comfortable, they should go for it. I would just never.

  15. jensays says:

    Ok. I know I’m going to get some raised brows for this but I work from home (did so even before the pandemic) and I always wore “hard” pants. I wear jeans. The reason is this: if I’m wearing my yoga pants or leggings, i can’t tell if my clothes no longer fit and I would rather know that in the am before work opposed to when I’m trying to fit into some jeans on a Saturday and realize I can’t and have a melt down (that doesn’t happen all the time but it has happens). When i first started working from home I gained weight without really knowing it and was wearing yoga pants all day everyday. I don’t have a scale and I’m not like a hard core dieter or anything but wearing pants is helpful to make sure that I still feel comfortable with my body (and don’t have to buy a whole new wardrobe)

    • Antonym says:

      @jensays – you are not alone. Wearing real clothes helps me to be more productive, it creates something sort of like a physical difference between work and home, and it’s an early warning system for me “outgrowing” my regular clothes that I really need to fit me when public happens again.

  16. Joanna says:

    You guys are gonna tell about what I say but that’s ok. I think bodysuits and cat suits are so trashy looking

  17. L says:

    I don’t understand how she has a massive double chin in all her candids but the other pics her chin/jawline is soo sculpted.. is it Photoshop or something?

  18. NeoCleo says:

    She’s still wearing makeup and plenty of it in all the photos. I wish these people would quit already. They depress the hell out of me.