For many of us, it's been a while since we've had to put a work outfit together due to the COVID pandemic. Since our homes became our offices a year ago, the concept of 'corporate wear' or 'smart casual' was quickly replaced with something altogether more relaxed — namely, track pants, old t-shirts and baggy, stained jumpers.
So it's no surprise then, with some companies slowly beginning to bring staff back to the office, we all might need a reminder on which clothes are SFW (suitable for work) and which are not.
Kylie's back-to-work look
Kylie Jenner, however, has taken the opportunity to throw the workwear rulebook out the window and start from scratch. The beauty mogul just rocked up to the headquarters of her brand, Kylie Cosmetics, wearing what can only be described as a skin-tight, fishnet playsuit.
Where to begin when describing the 23-year-old's corporate garb? Let's start from the top, where the turquoise playsuit by fashion label Poster Girl features a series of keyhole cut-outs, exposing a fair amount of skin from Kylie's collarbone to almost her navel.
As if that wasn't head-turning in itself, each cut-out is encrusted with a heart-shaped crystal to attract the eye. The shapewear-style fabric hugs Kylie's famous curves perfectly while the sheer panelling over her upper thighs up the risqué factor even more.
According to Poster Girl's site, the $280 'Jetta' playsuit is made from 'softly spun yarn' and can reportedly stretch to fit sizes 4 to 22.
The reality TV star kept the rest of her ensemble fairly simple, with her brunette locks in a curly up 'do, a black leather coat and a pair of sparkly silver stilettos on her feet.
Just a normal day in the office for multi-millionaire Kyles, right?
Her hoards of fans on social media gushed over the mum-of-one's look when she shared pics to her Instagram and Twitter.
In the shots, Kylie lounges on a cream sofa, snaps a mirror selfie and poses side-on to the camera to show off the playsuit's sheer panels.
"Lord have mercy," commented a fan.
"Queen Jenner," added another.
"You're more than the main character, you're the whole show," responded a third.
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