Kylie Jenner Looks Gorgeous As Showing Her Figure In Tight Orange Leather Mini Dress For Lunch Outing

Kylie Jenner turned heads as she stepped out in a se*y mini dress on Monday. The brunette bo*bshell wore an orange leather number perfect for fall as she headed to lunch in Beverly Hills putting on a very leggy display.

Stepping out of her toffee-colored Mercedes G-Wagon the 23-year-old looked camera-ready in the ru-ched frock which acc*ntuated her hourglass cu*ves.

Kylie wore her long dark locks loose, donned silver stilettos with tie staps, and traveled light, carrying just a tiny tan Jacquesmus purse for the outing. Meanwhile, Kylie and ex-boyfriend Travis Scott are reportedly ‘co-parenting amazingly’.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star and the 29-year-old rapper have been on and off as a couple since spl!tting last year, but sources have said they’re still dedicated to raising their two-year-old daughter Stormi together, and have become pros at co-parenting.

An insider told Us Weekly magazine: ‘Kylie and Travis are co-parenting amazingly right now and love spending time together with Stormi and making her happy.’Travis is a hands-on, super-engaged dad and always wants to make Stormi smile. She is such a happy child.’

Meanwhile, the Sicko Mode hitmaker recently revealed he is encouraging his daughter to believe she can do ‘anything a man can do’.

He said: ‘I feel like it’s way more important now to protect young bla-ck daughters, women, and make sure they have the knowledge of how to carry themselves, how to move in this world, how to be strong, how to not even be sc-ared to take that r!sk on an idea, jump out on any activity.

‘Now more than ever, they have the vision.’And it has also been cla!med Travis and Kylie, 23, have been stronger than ever following their brief spl!t. Another source said: ‘Kylie and Travis truly enjoy one another and are in love, but it can often be hard navigating their lives at such a young age. ‘The couple needed to take a step back to reevaluate many things, but in doing so, they are better now than ever.’