Kendall and Kylie Jenner have become guest editors of StyleList.com.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' stars have blossomed into bonafide style icons over the last few years and have shared their top fashion picks, beauty essentials and inspirations with the website.
While the girls admit their older half-sisters Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian have influenced their sartorial choices over the years, they're also having fun experimenting with their individuality.
Kendall, 18, and Kylie, 16, wrote: ''[A] great part about going on a book tour is being able to get all dolled up. We're different in a lot of ways, and our personal style is also pretty different. A few of our outfits got a lot of attention, like Kendall's blue suit with a plunging neckline or Kylie's awesome striped dress (and lace up heels), but no matter what, we wear what makes us feel good.
''Our styles have definitely evolved over the year and we always look to our sisters for inspiration. They've got such unique style and we love borrowing from their closets (sometimes we ask, sometimes we don't).
''We are so excited to be Guest Editors on StyleList this week. We share our favourite fashion finds, beauty essentials, and more.''
The teen icons also cited Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen as their ultimate style icons and claim they admire their dedication to building their fashion empire.
They said: ''We love them because they're always evolving and reinventing themselves as designers. They work together, remain close as sisters and have built so many hugely successful brands together. There's something for everyone. We truly look up to them; we love them!''
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