You've likely noticed a distinct change in Kendall Jenner's style. The model's off-duty wardrobe used to consist of an edgy mix of oversize statement pieces, reconstructed denim, and lots of leather. Last year Jenner even confessed on her blog how she usually finds herself "reaching toward the guys' section to finish off my outfits," and has proven her mastery of borrowing from the boys. Even as recently as February, we were able to declare that Jenner (along with fellow models Gigi and Bella Hadid) would never be caught wearing anything "girly and sweet."
But times have certainly changed. and Jenner's most recent lineup of both off-duty and red-carpet looks give a decidedly more feminine flavor, replete with details and accents the model would formerly never touch. The surprising—and refreshing—shakeup to Jenner's signature streetwear-inspired style can be attributed to her new stylist, Marni Senofonte. Responsible for Beyoncé's covetable style (and the incredible looks featured in Lemonade), Senofonte is helping Jenner rewrite her personal style rules—taking a break from gender-neutral athleisure for ensembles with classically feminine flair.
Head below for five ways Kendall Jenner has switched up her style.
Many of Jenner's latest pieces are adorned with frills and ruffles—embellishments she would have formally steered clear of.
Though never shy to step out in sheer pieces, Jenner's more recent iterations take a break from edgy mesh in favor of romantic negligee-inspired numbers.
Florals certainly didn't make the list of Jenner's go-to prints before switching stylists. Now flower motifs play into her new romantic look. This one-piece alone boasts frills, florals, pastels, sheer billowing fabric, and off-the-shoulder neckline.
With her new lineup of flirty mini-dresses that come in at the waist and bloom into a flattering A-line, Jenner switches things up by way of prints and materials. Here, her busy floral and palm print brings back the off-the-shoulder trend in a big way with puffy princess sleeves.
While her wardrobe still includes short skin-bearing silhouettes, Jenner has also adopted more conservative pieces that are out of character with her former style. These high-neck and looser cuts bring a certain sophistication into the mix while still complementing her foray into the territory of flirty, more feminine pieces.
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