Kendall Jenner Wearing Lingerie On Instagram Is Stay-At-Home Goals

We’re tired of wearing sweats too

  • Kendall Jenner

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    Kendall Jenner posted a picture of herself on Instagram wearing a lace bodysuit.

  • • The skimpy number is by Lonely, a New Zealand–based lingerie label.

Wearing loungewear all day, every day seems to be the prescribed mode of dress for everyone in self-isolation nowadays, but Kendall Jenner has shown that this doesn’t always have to be the case.

The model took to her Instagram yesterday to post a selfie of herself in bed, lying wantonly in a black stretch-lace bodysuit with her face fully beat. “Did my makeup n stuff,” she captioned the pic.

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The previous posts on her grid and Stories are a mix of throwbacks spent outdoors, Zoom conferences, Mother’s Day shout-outs, and adventures with her stylish pals pre stay-at-home orders—you know, the regular stuff. But like so many of us, Jenner is seemingly tired of donning baggy sweats and neglecting her stashes of beauty products. So, she decided to do something about it.

In the image, the 24-year-old wears lingerie by Lonely (an apt brand name considering the circumstances), a New Zealand–based intimates company with a mission to create pieces for its customers and not the male gaze. The brand is “for women who wear lingerie as a love letter to themselves,” said designer Helene Morris in statement. To that point, Jenner’s glam look is a way for her to circumvent the doldrums she may be experiencing.

Still, the snapshot was a surprise to some members of her family, who, like her fans, are accustomed to her sporty aesthetic. “This is rare kendall content !!!!!!,” commented younger sis Kylie Jenner, who’s usually the one posing in lingerie.

In these times, the supermodel has ample days—if weeks—to experiment and try something new. And if you, too, want to follow in her footsteps, we’ve rounded up a few sensual pieces to supplant your own sweats.

STAY-AT-HOME LINGERIE

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.
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