The Strange Truth About Kylie Jenner’s Coachella Look

In case you missed it, Coachella festival happened over the weekend, and Kylie Jenner certainly didn’t disappoint in the outfit stakes.

We were expecting some out-there looks from the 18-year-old, but Kylie outdid herself with her sequinned bikinis, cut-out swimsuits and rainbow wigs. 

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However, there was one outfit in particular that caused a bit of controversy, as it seems that Kylie stole a head-to-toe look off an Australian girl called Brit Day. Eep!


On day two, Kylie rocked a seriously cool white Discount Universe bikini that boasted OTT eyeball motifs and neon orange banding. THAT bod!

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star teamed her body-baring two-piece with colourful rainbow braids that went all the way down to her waist… Hot.

Instagram: @Britday121 Instagram: @Britday121


But it soon became clear that that look may have been seen elswhere on the festival scene (just two weeks earlier) when Sydney-based Brit Day shared a post of her and Kylie side-by-side and wrote:

‘When the babe’n @kyliejenner steals your look!! @discountuniverse @frothlyf #kyliejenner #discountuniverse #whoworeitbetter #shesababe #dubabe #coachella #palmsprings.’

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We can see what she means – not only is it the exact same bikini, but those matching pink french braids do make it look like we have a copycat on our hands.

Still, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so we think Brit should be feeling pretty pleased with herself right now for inspiring such a killer Coachella look. Way to go, girl!


Kylie was also seen rocking a bright orange wig and gorgeous rainbow waves as she partied up a storm with sister Kendall and boyfriend Tyga at Palm Springs.


And there was definitely a ’90s theme going on thanks to that seriously sexy Louis Vuitton cut-out swimsuit and matching bandana, and that slip dress worn over a t-shirt for the final day’s partying…

Loving these looks, KJ.