As New York City opens up again after a long pandemic lockdown, Nicky Hilton is turning the streets into her own personal catwalk.
For the second day in a row, the socialite, 37, stepped out in a stunning – and very colorful – dress.
Nicky was eye-catching in the floral-themed frock with cape sleeves and a thigh-skimming hemline.
Striking: Nicky Hilton put on an eye-catching show in New York City on Thursday as she stepped out in a boldly colorful mini dress with cape sleeves and a thigh-skimming hemline
The hotel heiress, who’s a fixture on the New York social scene, showed off her lithe legs in her chosen outfit and added inches with pointy toe embellished pink heels.
She carried a designer purse in the same shade of pink and with matching gold embellishments.
Nicky left her blonde hair loose and donned a pair of sunglasses.
Coordinated: The socialite paired the floral-themed number with pointy toe pink heels with gold embellishments. She carried a purse in a matching shade of pink with gold detailing
Looking good: Nicky, 37, who shares two daughters with financier husband James Rothschild, left her blonde hair loose and donned a pair of sunglasses
Nicky, who has remained at home in Manhattan throughout the pandemic enjoyed her sunny stroll without wearing a face mask in line with new CDC guidelines.
The younger sister of Paris Hilton, Nicky is married to financier James Rothschild.
She and the banking scion share two daughters – Lily-Grace, four, and Teddy, three.
Summer style: On Wednesday, Nicky had run errands in a boho chic flower-themed maxi dress and wide-brimmed floppy hat
In addition to raising her daughters and being a fixture on the New York social scene, Nicky also has her own shoe collection Nicky Hilton x French Sole.
Launched in 2019, the line offers a variety of chic and comfortable ballet flats, loafers and heels.
Most recently she debuted a tie-dye espadrille sneaker made from 100 percent sustainable, ethical, and cruelty-free materials such as recycled rubber and vegan microfiber.
Nicky launched her French Sole footwear collection in 2019 and recently modeled her latest design – a tie-dye espadrille sneaker made from 100 percent sustainable and ethical materials