Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 16 September 2014

Kendall and Kylie Jenner discuss summer style

Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner

Kendall and Kylie Jenner have showcased their favourite pieces for summer from their new collection with PacSun.

The stylish sisters have teamed up with the American surfer-chic retailer for a second collaboration, which is available in stores now.

The teen model-and-designer duo singled out which looks they’re especially loving in a behind-the-scenes video.

"This is our second collection with PacSun and as you can see we are very into denim shorts, flirty sundresses and crop tops," Kendall revealed in the video for People. "As you can see I'm wearing my favourite piece, I'm obsessed with it and as you can see it has cut-outs in the middle. You can dress it up or dress it down and it is covered in this sunflower print, the sunflower is my August flower so it's extra special."

The girls’ fun, festival inspired line-up of summer clothing contains cute sleeveless shirts, skater style skirts and brightly coloured patterned tops. For the campaign, which the girls both model for, they team their pieces with rock chic sturdy heeled black ankle boots.

In the video, Kylie is also wearing her favourite item from the collection, which is a black bandeau top with a sweetheart neckline and on trend monochrome pattern.

"This is my favourite item," Kylie explained. "Here we have this shirt, it has the cut-out again and embellishment, which if you look closely is little skull heads."

For their summer line with the American retailer, the sisters say fans can expect to see more casual styles. These are a true reflection of their personal favourite ensembles when off duty.

"Everyone sees us on the red carpet but this is our casual styles. There are pieces like a little summer dress but a bit more edgy," Kendall explained previously. "Then there is a dress with palm trees."

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