Kylie Jenner divides fans after dressing daughter Stormi as her for Halloween

Kylie Jenner's daughter Stormi Webster may have won Halloween with her costume – but the ensemble divided fans.

The young tot donned a purple full-length gown, much like her mum's ostrich-feathered Versace gown she wore to the Met Gala in May.

Stormi's dress, inspired by Kyle's iconic show-stopping get-up, featured over-the-top sleeves and a feathering hemline.

She finished the look with a sparkly handbag and a lavender coloured wig.

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While Kylie and many fans thought the costume was "super cute", others were less than impressed.

Looking like her Kylie's doppelgänger, Stormi struck up a pose for the camera.

And the makeup mogul couldn't help but share the snaps online, as she swiftly posted them to her Instagram account.

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Writing to her 149million followers, she gushed: "My baby! I cant handle this!"

Stormi's baby daddy Travis Scott clearly approved as he left a heart emoji under the picture, while Sophia Richie wrote: "Oh my gosh, I can't deal!"

Other celebrities soon descended on Kylie's page and complimented the youngster's look.

Corey Gamble, who is dating Kylie's Mum Kris Jenner, wrote: "She is the real boss"

And Paris Hilton simply put several love heart face emojis.

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However, the costume sparked concerns for Stormi as many felt as though she didn't want to be in the dress thanks to her dead-pan facial expressions.

"You know damn well she doesn't wanna to be in this," one wrote.

Another exclaimed: "If this isn't the saddest face.."

And a third asked: "How narcissistic can you be?"

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