Kendall Jenner and little sister Kylie Jenner opted out of wearing undergarments at the 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards on Sunday. Kendall Jenner’s gown sported two front slits that traveled past the 18-year-old’s pelvic bones, which left no room for panties, while 16-year-old Kylie Jenner’s sheer sequined mini-dress was less revealing, with an open back that made it impossible to wear a bra.
The reality TV stars posed with fans on the red carpet in Toronto in their very racy and revealing outfits. According to The Daily Mail Kendall Jenner wore a long sleeve cream crew neck Fausto Puglisi gown with large jewel embellishments on the arms and down the center over a purple lining. Kendall accessorized her MMVA red carpet gown with a pair of gold, strappy stilettos that tied around her ankles and a gold clutch bag.
Kendall Jenner enjoyed the shock-value of her gown with a post to Instagram that stated, “Why do one slit when you can do TWO!? #MMVAs.” And mama Jenner was quite proud of both of her daughters’ choice of red carpet fashion with her Instagram picture, which read, “You are stunning @kendalljenner and @kyliejenner!! Just beautiful! #MMVA's.” Stunning, yes, but mildly inappropriate for the pairs’ ages that sends a message to the youth that are obsessed with all-things Kardashian. While Kendall is slightly older, and her fashion model physique supports the risqué gown, Kylie is younger and her look was a little old for her age.
Kylie Jenner returned to her dark brunette roots, and wore an orange sequined sheer-paneled optical illusion mini-dress with an open back, accessorized by nude platform heels with an ankle strap. Kylie also posted an Instagram selfie, giving fans a sneak peek into her red carpet style simply captioned, “#MMVA.”
There were multiple wardrobe changes for the Kendall sisters who co-hosted the 2014 MMVAs with a mixed bag of reviews, but the overall sentiment was to give the young girls a break, because after all, “they are only 16 and 18.” Well, then if that is the case, they should dress their age.