Kylie Jenner's Coachella Shoes Cost Double The Price Of A Festival Ticket

by Kali Borovic

When you think of Coachella style, you probably think flower crowns and crop tops. But leave it to the Jenner family to switch things up. For her very first outfit of the weekend, Kylie Jenner wore Vetements x Reebok tennis shoes with writing on them. Not your typical festive wear, but definitely trendy. Where can you buy the Vetements x Reebok Sneakers, you ask? This footwear is available online, but it will cost you.

Last year, Jenner's Coachella accessory of choice was brightly colored wigs. If her first Instagram post of the weekend has anything to do with it, this year will be all about the footwear. Jenner posted a photo sitting on a plane wearing a leather bomber jacket, a grey maxi dress, and bulky, white sneakers with writing all over them. The footwear is a part of the new Vetements x Reebok Collection, which is available on the Net-A-Porter website right now.

But before you fall in love and start planning future outfits, there's one major thing you might want to note. The Vetements x Reebok Instapump Fury Sneakers are $750. That's right. The pair of shoes cost almost double the price of a Coachella ticket. Would you expect anything less from the social media star?

As of Apr. 14, all sizes are all still in stock on the website. The sneakers IT36 to IT41. Something tells me that they won't be flying off the virtual shelves anytime soon, so you have a bit of time to save up. Of course, like most Reebok collabs, these are limited edition, so they won't be available for long.

Vetement + Reebok Instapump Fury, $760, Net-A-Porter

The shoes are a bulky, white shoe with magic marker writing all over it. There are sayings like "I'm bored" and "Dad influence" on it. Honestly, my 14 year old brother could probably design a better shoe, but apparently this is fashion, people.

Kylie Jenner Snapchat

I don't know about you, but I can't wait to see what shoes she wears next. Something tells me it's going to be a long weekend of quirky kicks