Celebrity fashion lines aren’t typically my thing. Aside from the fact that the celebrity whose name is on the label probably wouldn’t wear the clothes themselves, there’s also something a little sad about telling someone, “This is from Sofia Vergara’s Kmart collection!” (No disrespect to Sofia, of course).
When you factor in a member of the Kardashian/Jenner empire to a celebrity fashion line, it’s really not my thing. My social media feeds, TV screen, and life in general is already so infiltrated with this family, I don’t need the label on my jacket to remind me of their name, too. Which is why when I heard Kendall and Kylie Jenner were coming out with another new collection, I didn’t even bat an eye. But I did take a peek at the collection’s lookbook (because the power of Kris Jenner) and I didn’t like what I saw. I loved it. More importantly, I wanted to wear it. Dammit, they got me.
Kendall and Kylie’s new line, dubbed “DropOne,” is the latest to come from the Jenner sisters’ budding fashion empire, but unlike some of their past collections, it feels more authentic. In addition to the Kendall + Kylie line, DropOne is a limited-edition capsule collection that will be produced seasonally, with the first edition making its debut today.
First, let’s talk about the sweatpants and their dreamy waistbands. Offered in a striking yellow or classic gray, the high-waisted drawstring style is a fashion girl’s lazy-day dream:
There are also coordinating jackets with metallic hoods sure to make a street style star very happy:
And bomber jackets with fur sleeves that I could absolutely see Kylie wearing but also myself wearing to the grocery store:
The denim is also very good and features a safety pin clasp in lieu of a button (which is great news for your food baby):
There are some trendier options too, like a corset top and bodysuit which, again, I could see both Kendall and Kylie wearing in real life and myself wearing to the grocery store:
And, of course, some Yeezy-inspired clear boots which feel more wearable with the silver detailing and toe (and they are also only $185, yes please).
The bad news, however, is that the DropOne line will be extremely limited, with no more than 100 pieces of each style being produced exclusively at kendall-kylie.com. Does this mean I have to monitor the site all day and fight cool Instagram teens to get my hands on this collection? I’m willing to. The power of the Kardashian/Jenners strikes again.