Kylie and Kendall Jenner Outshine Khloe Kardashian with Hot Outfits at Charity Event?

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Kylie and Kendall Jenner are budding stylistas–no question about it. They may only be 14 and 16, respectively, but the half-sisters of Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian frequently flaunt ensembles that are both chic, sexy and sophisticated, and which often make them seem far older than their young teenage years. But, it’s to be expected. Not only do they have their own emerging careers in the fashion and modeling industry, where they have no doubt picked up plenty of tips, they have also learned from the glam trio that is their reality show sisters. So it’s no surprise that they may have succeeded in outshining Khloe at a recent red-carpet event.

At the ninth annual Race to Erase MS in Los Angeles, both teens stunned in sultry ensembles as they posed for pictures. Kendall Jenner channeled the Roaring Twenties with a beaded, semi-flapper-inspired dress that truly sparkled. Kylie Jenner was equally pretty in a belted, long black gown that also featured sheer detail to show off her legs. Hot and haute stuff! As for Khloe Kardashian Odom, well, she was lovely, too, in an elegant, low-cut long black wrap gown that hugged her curves.

But as good as Khloe looked (she also had her best accessory by her side, Lamar Odom), it seems Kendall and Kylie managed to surpass her on the style stage. However, they did have an edge up, as they pulled an outfit change and put on fun (and age-appropriate!) exits for a jaunt down the runway.

The Race to Erase MS event featured a fashion show and, as Daily Mail reports, Kylie and Kendall Jenner really rocked the casual, rock ‘n’ roll looks from the Andrew Charles line. Kendall wore skinny snake-skin pants and a cropped T-shirt, while Kylie had on a pair of metallic jeans paired with a patterned top. It was quite the transformation from their fancy-schmancy, all-grown-up red-carpet ensembles, but it just goes to show these girls can transition from one extreme to another. Werk it!

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