We need to talk about Kylie Jenner‘s white Balmain suit.
The 18-year-old turned up to the Marie Claire Fresh Faces party on Monday night looking seriously chic and classy – no more bodycon dresses, instead, Kylie was working a fitted ruffle hem suit.
The Keeping Up with The Kardashians star went braless to sex up her look, and added pointed white courts and a matching clutch to top the whole thing off. Love.
But there was one question on everyone’s lips… Now, forgive us, but how did she pull off that look without even a hint of camel toe?! Because let’s face it, that super tight suit came with plenty of dangers…
Somehow, Kylie managed to avoid any issues in that area whatsoever, and we’re still marvelling at how she did it.
Sister Kim Kardashian was faced with a similar dilemma last month when she stepped out in a nude form-fitting bodysuit, leading to many fans being convinced that she had ‘blurred out’ a certain area after uploading a snap of her outfit to Instagram. Hmm.
It’s a styling issue many women face, so what’s the solution?
Well, thankfully, there are plenty of new inventions coming onto the market to help avoid said wardrobe-crisis – in fact, online fitnesswear company Bandier has just released special U-shaped seam leggings to combat the problem.
Founder Jennifer Bandier told WhoWhatWear that the ‘high waistband and the seamless U-shaped inseam’ eliminate any ‘problem areas’ and that if you choose a pair of leggings with the new stitching, camel toe simply can’t happen. Ooh, nifty.
Looks like Kylie already got the memo – clever underwear, perhaps? Either way, she totally rocked it.