Kylie Jenner serves supermodel vibes in green leopard Tom Ford number

Kylie Jenner serves supermodel vibes in neon green leopard print number… after naming her toes

Kylie Jenner recently returned from a girls trip to the Bahamas, which resulted in several sizzling photo shoots.

And the self-made billionaire is continuing to serve looks after returning home to Calabasas.

She served supermodel vibes Thursday as she posed in a neon green leopard print number.

Green with envy: Kylie Jenner served supermodel vibes Thursday as she posed in a neon green leopard print number

The 22-year-old posted photos of herself in a skintight long-sleeve floor-length hooded dress by Tom Ford.

She wore her ombré blonde hair in long teased waves, spilling out from the thin hood.

Kylie completed the look with a pair of black square-toe stilettos with clear tiered heels. 

She posted the photos with a quote from Tom Ford in the caption: ‘I am my own muse.’

Designer chic: The 22-year-old posted photos of herself in a skintight long-sleeve floor-length hooded dress by Tom Ford

Teased for the gods: She wore her ombré blonde hair in long teased waves, spilling out from the thin hood

Hell on heels: Kylie completed the look with a pair of black square-toe stilettos with clear tiered heels

Muse vibes: She posted the photos with a quote from Tom Ford in the caption: ‘I am my own muse’

The Kylie Cosmetics mogul wrote in another caption: ‘Giving you baby mama drama honey.’

She’s recently been sharing some photo shoots from the Bahamas, posing with sister Kendall, 24, in several. 

One photo attracted some trolls, who noticed one of Kylie’s toes were shorter than the others. 

Sister bonding: She’s recently been sharing some photo shoots from the Bahamas, posing with sister Kendall, 24, in several

What the toe?! One photo attracted some trolls, who noticed one of Kylie’s toes were shorter than the others

Past injury: She responded in a video: ‘I broke this middle toe in middle school. There’s nothing you can do for a broken toe so I just had to let it heal how I wanted it to heal’

She responded in a video: ‘Okay, so everyone wants to come for my f***ing toes. By the way I have cute a** feet.

‘And I broke this middle toe in middle school. There’s nothing you can do for a broken toe so I just had to let it heal how I wanted it to heal.’

She later took to her story to name her toes (each name starting with a T), as she clarified: ‘Big toes are boys.’

Happy family: She later took to her story to name her toes (each name starting with a T), as she clarified: ‘Big toes are boys’

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