‘What a way to ruin a kids’ movie’: Kendall Jenner faces backlash from fans after wearing controversial Toy Story costume for Halloween
She turned heads in a show-stopping Toy Story inspired outfit to celebrate Halloween this weekend.
But Kendall Jenner, who faced backlash from fans via social media after sharing the snaps, seems to have ruffled some feathers with the look.
The 26-year-old model posted to her 262M Instagram followers, many of whom took to the comments section to share their disapproval – writing that she was ‘ruining’ the children’s film.
In character: Kendall Jenner, 26, faced a backlash from fans after wearing a controversial Toy Story costume for Halloween this weekend.
Playing cowgirl Jessie from the Pixar film franchise, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star amped up the look’s sex appeal.
Wearing a pair of cow print chaps over dark-wash denim hot pants, Kendall showed off her toned frame, which she teamed the look with an ultra-cropped shirt.
She promptly swapped her raven locks for a copper wig and added Jessie’s signature western hat on top.
Slender: Sporting a pair of cow print chaps over dark-wash denim hot pants, Kendall showcased her svelte frame, which she paired with an ultra-crop top look
Braided: Adding Jessie’s signature western hat on top, she pulled her glossy locks into two braids.
Sharing a few more shots of the look, she accessorized the shirt with a bardot crop top and styled her own hair into two braids underneath the hat.
Despite receiving love from many friends and fans in the comments section, many took to the post to share their disapproving thoughts.
Noting the skin-tight nature of the costumes, many pointed out that the Toy Story films were aimed at a younger audience of five and over.
‘Why sexualize a character meant for children? Seriously, why??’ wrote one confused Instagram user.
‘Disrespectful’: Despite receiving love from many friends and fans in the comments section, many posted to share their disapproving thoughts
‘This is ridiculous. It’s Halloween and you’re just sexualizing a child’s character,’ wrote another.
Another commenter described the look as ‘halla disrespect’.
She dressed up for a dress-up Halloween party in Los Angeles on Saturday evening and stepped out with her sister Kylie – who went for a Frankenstein costume.
She captioned one snap: ‘Aren’t you just the sweetest space toy?’