Kendall Jenner looked the sexiest we have ever seen her when she arrived at the MTV Movie Awards on April 9. She rocked an insanely sexy black gown with a plunging lace-up bodice and paired it with the sickest pair of strappy thigh-high gladiator heels. We love her look — do you?
Kendall Jenner, 20, slayed the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards on April 9, and we don’t even know what to do with ourselves. She arrived at the awards show in such a sexy and edgy ensemble — it was perfect. From her sheer black dress to her stringy lace-up boots, we were obsessed with her outfit. What did you guys think of her look?
We were blown away by Kendall’s edgy ensemble. She donned a black Kristian Aadnevik Spring 2016 silk chiffon gown that fit her to perfection.
I don’t know what it is, maybe because Kendall doesn’t walk red carpets often, or maybe because she always rocks a dress from a not-so-well-known designer, but whatever it is, Kendall always manages to completely shock us with her ensembles.
We are obsessed with the details on Kendall’s dress. It was completely sleeveless and featured a halter neckline with a turtleneck. The edges of the bodice were cut off and featured sheer lace panels. The rest of the frock was made up of a high-low skirt and the front of the skirt was asymmetrical, showing off a ton of leg while the back of it flowed into a long, flowy train.
The best part of the dress was the plunging, cutout neckline which featured lace-up detail and showed off a ton of cleavage. She accessorized to perfection with a thick black leather belt with silver studs and black diamond Lorraine Schwartz earrings and rings.
We have to talk about her stringy lace-up leather gladiator heels, though. Are these not the sickest shoes you’ve ever seen in your life? They featured very thin stringy leather pieces that laced up all the way up to her thigh! These shoes were so intricate and intense, that it took two people just to get them on her body!
This look is by far one of the sexiest looks she has ever rocked on the red carpet — do you agree?