Kylie Jenner is going back to the basics.
But don't mistake Kylie's outfit as something one would wear if they simply rolled out of bed.
The 25-year-old's lingerie look was a lot chicer than you'd expect, as she paired her crisp white underwear with a sleek fitted tank top and layered it with a gray floor-length trench coat. Her accessories—which included sheer black pantyhose, pointed pumps and bug-eyed sunglasses—added extra oomph to her overall ensemble.
"no pants no problem," Kylie captioned her Instagram post, "mornings with @loewe @jonathan.anderson."
During the fashion show, the reality TV star sat in the front row with Anna Wintour by her side. The Vogue editor-in-chief opted for a vibrant red trench coat and matching outfit underneath.
Although Kylie ditched her pants for the Lowe show, her get-up the night before was way more risqué.
While enjoying a night out in the French capital, the makeup mogul turned heads in a naked dress.
The daring Dilara Findikoglu design featured red satin fabric cut-outs that were placed under the sheer dress to cleverly hide certain areas of her body parts. Adding to the fieriness, Kylie accessorized with a matching red handbag and clear Gianvito Rossi sandal heels.
It's clear Kylie has been stealing the spotlight during PFW with her stylish moments. And her recent risk-taking comes just one day after she opened up about embracing her body in the Sept. 29 episode of The Kardashians.
"I feel like with your first baby, it's a shock to see your body change so much," Kylie, who shares 4-year-old Stormi Webster and a 7-month-old baby boy (whose name she hasn't revealed) with Travis Scott, told cameras. "This time around, I don't feel that way at all."
"Maybe mentally it's harder, but seeing my body and stuff, I just, I trust the process," she continued. "I'm way less stressed about my weight and what I look like and more into the feminine energy and the fact that I made a baby."
As she summed it up, "We put a lot of pressure on ourselves to be back really fast. And I need to be a little nicer to myself."