If Kendall Jenner's recent street style looks prove anything, it's that, like me, she hasn't stopped thinking about Bottega Veneta's S/S 23 collection since it debuted in September. For the second time in recent history, the model has been spotted donning head-to-toe looks from Creative Director Matthieu Blazy's second collection for the Italian brand, both of which feature one of the year's most talked-about (and cheapest) accessories—sheer tights. In the case of her latest Bottega Veneta outfit, they were red tights.
To attend a post-Grammys event on Sunday evening, Jenner dressed up in look 49 from the runway collection, which was made up of a burgundy-and-tan suede minidress, black pumps, a matching mini Sardine bag, and gold teardrop earrings. Gorgeous on its own, the outfit was enhanced even further with the addition of a simple pair of dark-red tights that can easily be copied for £8.
From the brand that brought us Jenner's other Bottega Veneta tights look comes an almost identical pair of maroon 50 denier tights capable of getting you her look for next to nothing. Below, shop the exact pair and more red hosiery—a trend I'm predicting a large turnout for during next week's New York Fashion Week festivities.
On Kendall Jenner: Bottega Veneta dress, shoes, bag, and earrings
The £8 red tights you need to get Jenner's look:
Shop more red tights and socks:
If you find something you like, you might as well get it in plenty of colours, especially if it gets you a deal.
Cashmere tights for £17? I'll take a pair in every available colour.
Trying the underwear-as-pants trend? Go for a super-opaque pair of tights as you ease into it.
The best socks, like, ever.
You might as well go all out.
Eliza Huber is a Chicago-born, New York City–based fashion editor who specializes in trend reporting, plus-size fashion, brand discovery, and celebrity style. For the last year, she’s been covering all of the above for Who What Wear, where she first got her start as an intern and later a freelance writer in 2017.
Upon graduating with a marketing degree from the University of Iowa in 2018, Eliza moved to New York City full time and started at Refinery29 as a fashion market writer, focusing on SEO-optimized market roundups. Later, she transitioned out of just market and began covering the site's fashion news beat as well as writing features pertaining to plus-size fashion, sustainability, adaptive fashion, need-to-know brands, and the latest runway and social media–driven trends. In 2021, after almost four years at Refinery29, she moved on to Who What Wear, where she continues to be a trusted source for fashion news, trends, and more. In her first year at Who What Wear, Eliza has profiled Dakota Fanning and Diane Kruger, two of the site's 2022 cover stars, and launched her own monthly column titled Let's Get a Room, where she heads to dressing rooms around New York City to show the site's readers what new items are just as good IRL as they appear online. Eliza also curates market for Who What Wear's email newsletters.
Eliza currently lives in SoHo, in far too close proximity to Lower Manhattan's bevy of shopping destinations. When she’s not popping into stores for inspiration (or more), she's probably running on the West Side Highway, watching a Formula 1 race, sprinting at Barry's, or sitting outside at one of SoHo's many cafés.
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