Kylie Jenner's daughter is no stranger to expensive outfits. In a recent pic, shown below, Kylie cradles little Stormi while the baby is dressed in a $380 Burberry coat.
Kylie Jenner and her daughter Stormi Webster stunned fans with their matching black leather outfits when they stepped out at Christmas time. The pair were going out to eat at the acclaimed Nobu restaurant.
Eleven-month-old, Stormi rocked an expensive coat for the evening. She was bundled up in a plaid Burberry puffer jacket which retails for a whopping $380.
Her outfit was completed with skintight leather leggings. For footwear, Stormi sported white Nike Air Force 1 sneakers.
Her mom sported a black leather trench coat which she wore over a dark hoodie. The 21-year-old makeup mogul shares daughter Stormi with rapper Travis Scott.
She styled her newly dyed blue hair in a messy bun. To complete her uber casual look she wore a pair of dangling earrings and a series of rings.
Kylie took to Instagram to show off their gorgeous matching looks. The pic of the pair garnered more than 6 million likes.
Fans filled the comments section with endless amounts of support. Many expressed their admiration for both mom and daughter.
One fan perfectly summed up what most people were thinking by writing, "why tf is a 11 monh old more fashionable than me?"
Kylie is unlikely to be caught in Nike products as she and her older sister Kendall are both brand ambassadors for Adidas. However, this doesn't seem to be influencing her daughter's choice in shoes.
Stormi has become known for showing off her many sneakers from the brand. Fans speculate she is definitely a daddy's girl as Travis has a brand partnership with Nike.
Towards the end of 2018, Kylie and Travis faced backlash from fans for how they dressed Stormi. The proud father had shared a pic of their little girl standing in front of his tour poster in Minneapolis but the pic was met with unexpected critique from fans as some believed they dressed her up as a boy.
However, many came to the couple's defense. One fan wrote, “Nobody cares parents should be able to dress their kids however they’d like. Gender roles are dumb anyway — kids clothing used to be gender neutral for hundreds of years up until the 80s when they made girl clothes and toys (pink and purple) and boy clothes and toys (blue and green). I bet you if you looked at some of your grandparents baby pics, they would be wearing dresses, both the boys and the girls — shocker I know.”