AceShowbiz - Kylie Jenner has landed in hot water for her fashion choice. The reality star and makeup mogul has been slammed on social media over how she dressed her daughter Stormi Webster.
On Wednesday night, August 24, the 25-year-old "The Kardashians" star brought her four-year-old kid, whom she shares with her partner Travis Scott (II), along to a Kylie Cosmetics party in Los Angeles.
For the outing, Kylie dressed Stormi in a silver one-shoulder minidress, matching mini purse and white sneakers. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" alum also paired the minidress with a pair of black sunglasses.
As for Kylie, she looked fabulous as she exposed her cleavage in an unbuttoned white minidress with ruffled sleeves. The youngest daughter of Kris Jenner strutted around in matching massive sunglasses, stiletto pumps and a silver anklet.
Fans quickly jumped to Twitter as they discussed how Stormi was too young to attend the late-night event and Kylie should have dressed her like a regular kid. One critic said, "I think it's gross to take that baby everywhere in front of the cameras and have her all styled for events like this so young," while another pointed out, "I think Stormi's dress makes it look interesting but in a bad way."
"Came to say this. I get the other baby is younger, but it's weird to me how they protect him but actively parade Stormi around in an inappropriate dress!" someone else posted, with another urging Kylie to "leave that baby home."
In addition to Stormi, Kylie is a parent to her second child, a baby boy. She welcomed her baby No. 2 with her baby daddy in February. They originally named their baby boy Wolf but decided to change his name in March. The reality star and the "Astroworld" rapper have not announced the name of Stormi's baby brother so far.
"FYI our sons name isn't Wolf anymore," Kylie wrote in an Instagram Story, letting her fans know about the name change. She went on explaining, "We just really didn't feel like it was him. Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere."