Her husband John Legend performed at Kim Kardashian’s wedding, making her a VIP guest.
And it seems Chrissy Teigen is now taking style tips from the 33-year-old reality TV star, who is known for wearing revealing garments.
Mimicking her style, the 28-year-old model put her ample cleavage on display in a plunging pale pink jumpsuit as she attended the 2014 ESPYS at Nokia Theatre LA Live in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Getting fashion tips from Kim? Chrissy Teigen, left, donned a revealing jumpsuit to the ESPYS on Wednesday, which is similar to Kardashian’s signature style, right
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue star paired her sexy long-sleeved number with a nude pointed-toe pumps.
And she coordinated with a rectangular clutch.
Even Chrissy’s make-up was similar to that of Kim, opting for a dramatic eye and nude lip.
Dramatic: Chrissy’s make-up was similar to that of Kim as well, wearing a smoky eye and nude lip
Summer chic: The model chose a pale pink jumpsuit to wear to the athletic awards ceremony
Completing her provocative look, Chrissy styled her thick highlighted tresses in side-swept loose curls.
The star was seen posing alone and with sportscaster Erin Andrews at the prestigious athletic awards ceremony.
Earlier on Wednesday, Chrissy appeared on Extra at Universal Studios.
Long and lean: Chrissy showed off her slender frame in the wide-legged jumpsuit which she sported with a pair of pointed-toe pumps
But she clearly had an outfit swap between the two events, as she previously wore a bold printed two-piece set consisting of a crop top and high-waisted skirt.
In May, Chrissy and her husband John attended Kim’s nuptials to Kanye West in Florence, Italy.
And as one of Kanye’s good friends, John paid a special tribute to the couple by performing his love ballad, All Of Me.
Besties! Chrissy shared this promiscuous snap with her ‘good friends’ Brittany and Bonnie
Big names: Chrissy and her husband John Legend, upper middle, took this picture if the photobooth at Kim and Kanye West’s wedding in May
ESPY 2014 WINNERS
Best male action sports athlete: Nyjah Huston, Skateboarding
Best male U.S. Olympic athlete: Sage Kotsenburg, Snowboard Slopestyle
Best female college athlete: Breanna Stewart, Connecticut Basketball
Best male college athlete: Doug McDermott, Creighton Basketball
Best NBA Player: Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder
Best female tennis player: Maria Sharapova
Best fighter: Floyd Mayweather, Boxing
Best breakthrough athlete: Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawks
Best moment: USA Vs. Ghana
Best Game: Alabama vs. Auburn, Iron Bowl
Best play: Chris Davis
Best female athlete: Ronda Rousey
Best male athlete: Kevin Durant
Best upset: Mercer over Duke, NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament
Best NFL player: Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
Best driver: Ryan Hunter-Reay, IndyCar
Best team: Seattle Seahawks
Arthur Ashe Award for courage: Michael Sam