Kylie Kelce Makes Her Fashion Week Debut in an Unexpected Sheer Top

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Kylie Kelce Makes Her Fashion Week Debut in an Unexpected Sheer Top

Kylie Kelce is entering her fashion era. The 31-year-old WAG recently attended her first-ever runway show at Milan Fashion Week. On February 22, the mother of three was seated front row at Alberta Ferretti’s fall-winter 2024–2025 show wearing a gray velvet pantsuit with pronounced shoulder pads and an unexpectedly sheer white button-up, which she kept fastened all the way to the top button. Kelce topped off the look with a silver clutch.

As for glam, Kelce kept things simple, wearing her blonde hair down and opting for a taupe eye look and a subtle touch of contour. She reposted two Instagram Stories from the event, including a photo shared by Jodi Kahn, the VP of luxury fashion at Neiman Marcus.

“The best seat neighbor for my first ever fashion show,” Kelce captioned the pic, before adding, “And thank you for putting up with my coughing attack.” There’s our relatable queen!

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Kylie Kelce may not be the first WAG you’d expect to see around Milan Fashion Week, but she does live by at least one hard-and-fast style rule. As a woman who grew up in Pennsylvania and is married to Eagles player Jason Kelce, Kylie Kelce refuses to don another NFL team’s merch. In fact, she didn’t even wear Chiefs gear to cheer on brother-in-law Travis Kelce during the Super Bowl, instead opting to wear a red Cincinnati Bearcats top in honor of his college football days.

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“To be clear, I am like an Eagles fan to the extent of, if Jason ever went and played for another team, I would wear Kelce. I would not wear another team’s stuff,” she said, per one TikTok video shared by the NFL. “I’ve thought about that a number of times. I couldn’t do it.”

Of course, the Kelces are known for staying true to themselves, no matter how many spotlights are on them. “The thing we try our best to maintain is a sense of authenticity,” Kelce recently told Glamour. “We don’t ever want to be people that we are not, mostly because our girls are watching. We want to make sure that we treat people kindly, that we continue to stay grounded, that we continue to act the way that we’ve always acted so that our girls understand that that’s how you should be conducting yourself.”


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