Kendall Jenner Kills It In Olive Green

Flawless fashion is just her thing. Kendall Jenner wore a monochromatic Elie Saab AW15 ensemble on her way to and from the Elie Saab runway show, because she’s a model through and through. Whether she’s on the streets or the runway, clothes never fail to look amazing on her.

This olive green number was particularly chic, and offered a little more coverage than some of her other PFW street styles. But when you can pull off Balmain and Elie Saab and everything in between, why not mix it up a bit, you know? Her long-sleeved collared shirt and trouser combo was topped off with a flowy vest and suede accessories. Head to toe, she really nailed it with this one, you guys. And even though it was all one color, nothing about this outfit was uninteresting. The lightness of the fabric provided lots of movement as Jenner did her runway-worthy walk all over the streets of Paris and added just the perfect touch to an already amazing off-duty look.

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Jenner was able to effortlessly pull off a monochromatic outfit, because she does it time and time again. See her latest PFW look, plus six times she’s owned the all-one-color thing.

I love this shade on her.

Perfection, as always.

1. Red Ensemble

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She's not afraid to be bold with her one color choice.

2. All Black Everything

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Sometimes it's best to just stick with black.

3. U.S. Open Chic

This outfit was sporty and chic at the same time. And of course, it matched perfectly.

4. Going Nude

Nude was the only color scheme at the Balmain after party.

5. One Color In Cannes


She looked beautiful in this plum-colored crop top and skirt combo.

6. Blue Days

This girl loves a good matching co-ord.

She should never wear more than one color, as far as I'm concerned, because she rules the monochromatic thing.

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