Caitlyn Jenner Hits Her Style Stride in Leopard Dress: See Her Best Looks of the Week!
Catch a recap of the star's sophisticated N.Y.C. wardrobe
While Caitlyn Jenner has been busy supporting the LGBT community in N.Y.C., she’s been doing so in style, opting for sophisticated, timeless ensembles all week. Most recently, the 65-year-old Olympian and activist stepped out in a flattering leopard wrap-dress (like her famous family, she’s partial to animal prints!).
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On Tuesday, Caitlyn wore the eye-catching design with polished slingbacks and a quilted bag for a visit to the Patricia Field store in Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood. The boutique, owned by the famed Sex & the City costume designer, sells a variety of clothes and accessories.
For a night out Monday, she selected a fitted Hervé Léger top and skirt, an outfit she also wore during her famous Vanity Fair shoot. She teamed the look with a silver Elisabeth Weinstock clutch and her go-to black slingbacks. Caitlyn became friends with Weinstock after the L.A.-based handbag designer was on an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, and she’s been wearing different pieces from Weinstock’s collection all week.
Earlier on Monday, Caitlyn teamed her snakeskin Elisabeth Weinstock clutch with a navy wrap dress, flat sandals and large hoop earrings for a visit to The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center. And you probably noticed that her blowouts and makeup have remained flawless the whole time.
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The star celebrated Pride all weekend in N.Y.C., wearing another black dress for a Sunday night dinner with a group of powerful transgender women. Earlier in the day, she wore a summery, all-white outfit at an event at the Dream Downtown Hotel’s PH-D lounge in Chelsea.
Follow more of Caitlyn’s journey (and style!) on her reality docuseries I Am Cait, premiering July 26 on E!.
What do you think of her wardrobe this week? Which look is your favorite? Sound off below.
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