Spring is still more than six months away, but that doesn't mean we have to wait to wear the warm-weather trends we saw on the runways until then. And Kendall Jenner is proof. The model was spotted out at an event for the boutique What Goes Around Comes Around, sporting a particular style that was brought into focus during Calvin Klein's S/S 18 show. But she put her own spin on it, making it much more appropriate for everyday wear.
Kendall buttoned up into a silk, Western-inspired shirt that nodded back to the all-American looks we saw in Raf Simons's presentation. But rather than wearing the bold-colored designs seen throughout the show, she chose a more classic one, opting for a black, cowgirl-approved button-down that featured piped white pockets and a floral embroidered neckline. She paired the silky shirt with faded jeans, grounding the look with pointed-toe black boots—perfect for a night out.
And if you were a bit hesitant about how to translate this runway trend into real life, take notes from Kendall's ensemble that proves that every look can be street style–ready with just a few simple tweaks.
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