Kylie Jenner was a gorgeous sight to see in a puffer jacket and jeans while shopping at various ritzy stores on Rodeo Drive on Dec. 19.


Kylie Jenner, 23, did some pre-holiday shopping in Beverly Hills on Dec. 19 and looked absolutely fantastic! The makeup mogul wore a gray Prada wool and cashmere puffer jacket that retails for $2,650 and jeans as she shopped at expensive stores on Rodeo Drive, including Balenciaga and Moncler. She also had her red locks pulled back with two strands loose on both sides of her face and accessorized with gold jewelry, including hoop earrings and a watch.

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Kylie Jenner looked gorgeous while shopping in Beverly Hills on Dec. 19. (Backgrid)

The reality star’s impressive look didn’t stop with just her clothes and accessories though. She also wore a SKIMS Seamless Face Mask in Sienna and carried a Bottega Veneta Chain Pouch in Ice, which retails at a whopping $3,600. On top of that, she showed off long nails that were painted in a light blue color.

Before her latest outing, Kylie showed off another stylish winter vibe when she wore a flattering skintight leopard print gloved bodysuit from Moncler’s Richard Quinn collaboration in a Dec. 6 Instagram post. She also wore a matching patterned parka and the entire look retailed at around $2,041. The high-profile fashion was worn during her family trip to Lake Tahoe with mom Kris Jenner, 64, and sisters Kendall Jenner, 25, Kim Kardashian, 40, Kourtney Kardashian, 41, and Khloe Kardashian, 36.

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Kylie Jenner in a car after her shopping trip. (Backgrid)

The trip was just one of the ways the KarJenner family is taking in the holiday season. The coronavirus has stopped a lot of families from celebrating in the ways they’re used to, including the KarJenners so it’s good to see them doing what they can to have fun in a safe way, Khloe recently revealed their annual Christmas Eve party has been cancelled due to the virus because they’re putting safety first.

The Covid cases are getting out of control in CA. So we decided that we’re not doing a Christmas Eve party this year. It’s the first time we will not be having a Christmas Eve party since 1978 I believe. Health and safety first though! Taking this pandemic seriously is a must,” she tweeted on Dec. 7.

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