When enjoying a night out with her boyfriend, the ‘Life of Kylie’ alum is spotted wearing a Jean Paul Gaultier dress previously worn by ‘The Kardashians’ star for the fashion brand’s campaign.
AceShowbiz –Jordyn Woods has had a twinning moment with ex-BFF Kylie Jenner. During a night out with her boyfriend, the “Life of Kylie” alum was seen wearing the same dress the series regular of “The Kardashians” once sported in an ad campaign.
On Friday night, May 19, the 25-year-old was out and about in West Hollywood with her NBA player beau Karl-Anthony Towns. For the occasion, she wore a sheer long purple-striped Jean Paul Gaultier dress. She paired it with a pair of nude pointed toe heels, a pair of earrings, a sparkling silver wristwatch and a small clutch.
One day after the outing on Saturday, May 20, Jordyn took to Instagram to share a series of photos showing off her chic ensemble. In the caption accompanying the snaps, she made a reference to her athlete boyfriend as writing, “In a room full of art, I would still stare at you [purple heart emoji].”
The post made by the founder of Woods By Jordyn clothing brand did not take long in attracting attention. Many noticed the similar look she and her ex-BFF shared. One pointed out in the comments section, “Oop! not you showing out in the dress from the kylie jpg campaign.” Another chimed in, “Jordyn wearing Kylie’ dress x Jean Paul Gauthier.” A third simply asked, “Is it kylie x jpg?”
Though many noticed the similarity, a number of them were quick to praise Jordyn. One in particular gushed, “Looks better then Kylie. That’s forsure.” Another marveled, “This dress & you.” A third candidly declared, “Oh you ate that other white girl good and proper,” whereas a fourth simply stated, “You wore it better.”
Kylie herself shared her photo shoot for Jean Paul Gaultier campaign via Instagram on May 6. Along with the picture of her donning the $540 dress, the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” alum penned in the caption, “KYLIE FOR @JEANPAULGAULTIER.”
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