Ever since Kathy Hilton joined The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, she’s been known for her kooky personality, so we really can’t say we’re surprised by her latest shenanigans.
Still, we’re confused and strangely delighted. On Sept. 21, Hilton rolled up to Craig’s restaurant in Los Angeles wearing a pink tweed mini dress. After what we can only assume was a nice dinner with friends Faye Resnick and Elliot Mintz, she left wearing a white tablecloth. Yes, you read that right. A white tablecloth.
— LoveAndyC (@LoveAndyC) September 22, 2021
Even though Hilton left wearing the decor, we can’t lie — it was cute! The makeshift dress was wrapped toga-style, betrayed by the pesky table tag peaking out at the bottom. Perhaps, she didn’t expect anyone to notice, but the dress swap was soon all over social media. Fans were left confused, but it seems the wacky outfit change just made them love her more.
Kathy Hilton going into Craig’s in a pink dress and coming out in a white table cloth draped as a chic toga dress is EVERYTHING. I just can’t get enough of her!! . .
— Robyn Ward (@rmward) September 23, 2021
Kathy Hilton rocking that table cloth is iconic.
— Twig (@laurensuesharp) September 24, 2021
Where is Kathy Hilton’s Goop? I want 42 thousand dollar vases and tablecloth dresses. I want fast food and personal fans. I want a link to a listing for a home I can forget owning and a small foldable trundle bed for when I want to take a nap.
— mattie kahn (@mattiekahn) September 23, 2021
But for real though, why did she leave wearing that tablecloth? The hotel magnate took to IG Live to clear the air. She simply needed a change of clothes because her original dress was too hot, so naturally, she saw the solution in the table settings. Her designer friend helped her drape the dress just right so that it fit like a “sarong from the South of France.” One adoring fan captured a transcript of her explanation:
Kathy Hilton explained her tablecloth couture on IG Live. A transcript: pic.twitter.com/NiL3LRSLSR
— Brice Sander (@bricesander) September 23, 2021
Kathy, if you’re reading this, please never stop being you.