Kristin Cavallari stuns in an asymmetrical outfit in the first photo that she posted to her official Instagram account since her topless photo sparked a backlash. The mother of three posed for a photo where she showed off her backside to the camera while wearing bikini bottoms but no top. Some felt that the photo was tastefully done and beautiful, while others mom-shamed Kristin and said she was setting a poor example for her children.
One person left this comment.
Won’t post pics of her kids but will post half naked for her kids to see in the future. Got it. Keepin in classy.
Kristin didn’t let the negativity get to her and she kept the photo online.
You may see that photo that she captioned with: ‘Pretending it’s Positano ✨’ below.
In the next photo that Kristin shared with her 4.1 million followers, she wore an outfit from Staud. The floor-length asymmetrical top is called the Pointer and retails for approximately $250. The top is available in black with white trim, tan with white trim, and tawny port with white trim. Kristin cut a striking figure in the bold, black and white top that features white trim on the round neckline and one shoulder.
Kristin paired the top with the matching Milo, High-Rise Wide-Leg Pants that retail for about $200. The Staud pants perfectly coordinate with the top and feature a wide, white stripe alongside the pant legs and waistband. Kristin looked gorgeous in the outfit and posed for an outdoor shot.
For footwear, Kristin wore the Nudist Sandals by Stuart Weitzman. The shoes cost about $400.
Kristin flashed her dazzling Rolex Day-Date President Watch that she wore on her wrist.
You may see the photo of Kristin Cavallari wearing the outfit below.
What do you think about the controversy surrounding Kristin Cavallari’s topless photo? Do you agree with the backlash? Are you a fan of her Staud asymmetrical outfit?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.