Kylie Jenner may have made a name for herself as one of the world’s biggest fashionistas, but she is bestowing that honor on her two-year-old daughter as well. Stormi Webster often sets fashion trends for other children and is seen in many of her mother’s social media posts wearing designer clothes. On Easter, Kylie Jenner shared several videos of Stormi wearing a very dainty, white silk dress with a pattern consisting of pink roses and green leaves. The dress had a bow at the neck and featured a high waistline. The dress fell in ruffled layers and Stormi looked adorable in the garment. Like usual, Kylie paired Stormi’s look with a pair of Nike sneakers, which proved to be a good thing.
In the video that you may see below, Stormi held an umbrella and sang the song, “Rain Rain Go Away” (even though it wasn’t raining in California on Easter Sunday). While singing and twirling her umbrella, Kylie reached out to save Stormi from falling down a step.
It’s a good thing that Stormi was wearing her Nike sneakers to prevent her from slipping out of her mother’s protective grasp!
This isn’t the first time that Stormi Webster has made news for wearing Dolce & Gabanna either. The toddler wore the fashion label when her mother shared several snaps of Stormi in their driveway.
You may see the videos that Kylie Jenner shared featuring Stormi Webster in the Dolce & Gabbana Kids Silk Floral Print Dress that retails for approximately $670 below. Stormi also wore the Force 1 ’06 Nike Toddler shoe that retails for about $45.
Not only has demand for Stormi Webster’s dress skyrocketed, but fans are also eyeing the Eggmazing, automatic Easter Egg decorating kit that Stormi is seen using at the end of the video. The Eggmazing Egg Decorator has sold out on Amazon and many people are saying they want to get it as soon as it is in stock so they will have it for next year.
What do you think about Stormi Webster’s Easter outfit? Do you like her Dolce & Gabbana dress? Are you surprised that at two-years-old, Stormi is already setting fashion trends?