Kylie Jenner Wore the Anti-Trend Shoes That Go Perfectly With Skirts and Jeans

Kylie Jenner wearing sunglasses, a black Miu Miu top, brown suede belt, and a black leather skirt.

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Every summer, my friends ask me about the trendiest open-toe shoes, and every year, I have the same answer: classic, strappy sandals. While investing in summer shoe trends is exciting, minimalist sandals are always a safe choice. I was delighted to see that Kylie Jenner shares my sentiment. Arriving at the Ritz Hotel in Paris for Couture Week, the media personality and businesswoman was spotted wearing her favorite summer sandals, The Row Bare Heels, alongside a complete Miu Miu outfit featuring a bandana top, leather skirt, suede belt, and shoulder bag.

For those who may not be familiar, The Row's Bare Heels have increasingly become fashion's footwear obsession. They've been repeatedly worn by dedicated fans of The Row and celebrities like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Kendall Jenner, and Olivia Culpo. Their elegant yet simple design—featuring a 65mm heel, thin leather straps, and a barely there silver buckle closure—has captured many more hearts.

If you follow Jenner's style, you'll notice her consistent preference for The Row's Bare Heels. They are a staple in her wardrobe, and for good reason. Their versatility is unmatched, complementing maxi dresses, leggings, and various jeans. This adaptability is a key factor in their popularity, as they can be dressed up or down for any occasion, making them a must-have for the summer and beyond.

Read on to shop Jenner's black heels and a selection of chic and classic strappy sandals.

Kylie Jenner in Paris wearing a Miu Miu top, sunglasses, brown suede belt, black skirt, and strappy sandals.

(Image credit: TheRealSPW / BACKGRID)

On Kylie Jenner: Miu Miu top, skirt, and Calf Leather Hobo Bag ($2250); The Row Bare Leather Sandals ($890)

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Associate Fashion Editor

Nikki Chwatt is an associate fashion editor based in New York City. She joined Who What Wear in 2024 after writing fashion, beauty, and lifestyle content for WWD, Well+Good, Editorialist, and more. With a passion for personal style and the creativity that comes with it, one of Chwatt's goals is to help others understand that there is no such thing as a “good” or “bad” style; it’s just about putting an outfit together that makes you feel confident in yourself. When she's not writing, you can find her taking a Pilates class, reading a powerful romance novel, or exploring a new wellness spot in Manhattan.