Kristen Doute is ready for her own revenge dress era after ‘mind-blowing’ body contouring procedure

Kristen Doute is back — and feeling better than ever.

The “Vanderpump Rules” alum returned to reality TV on Bravo’s “The Valley” this year, and she tells Page Six Style she’s ready to have more fun with fashion after undergoing an AirSculpt body contouring treatment.

Doute, 41, says she turned to the fat-eliminating procedure after exercise and diet failed to slim specific parts of her physique.

“No matter what I did, there were certain areas — specifically my lower stomach — that there was nothing that was going to fix that,” she tells us, adding that her AirSculpt procedure only took about an hour and a half under local anesthesia.

Kristen Doute toned her tummy with the help of AirSculpt. AirSculpt
“I loved that I didn’t have to go under,” Doute says of AirSculpt. “You’re awake the entire time.” AirSculpt
Doute, who posed for photos five weeks post-op, tells us she dropped a dress size. AirSculpt

Doute says she “already saw results” a few days after the “mind-blowing” procedure, which she got in February, and has since “dropped a dress size.”

And thanks to a newfound boost in confidence, the star’s considering taking a few cues from friend and former co-star Ariana Madix’s sizzling post-breakup wardrobe.

A beaming Doute showed off her results. AirSculpt
The reality star modeled a one-piece swimsuit just over a month after her procedure. AirSculpt
Doute says she previously wouldn’t have had the confidence to wear sultry styles like Ariana Madix. Bravo/Instagram

“Now that I have a flat stomach, I might be leaning into Ariana’s [style] a little bit more,” she tells us with a laugh, adding that Madix looks “so good.”

“I’ve never been confident enough until now to, like, start wearing the things that Ariana wears,” Doute says, although she did tell Page Six Style that she celebrated her toned tummy by purchasing a bikini.

“I bought my first two-piece bathing suit in like, five years,” the Bravolebrity tells us, admitting she wishes she’d tried the slimming procedure sooner.

Doute stars in the new “Vanderpump Rules” spinoff, “The Valley.” Felix Kunze/Gizelle Hernandez/Bravo
Doute says she might take inspiration from Madix’s post-Scandoval wardrobe after getting AirSculpt. Bravo

Asked if she was apprehensive about returning to TV screens after leaving “Vanderpump Rules” in 2020, the “Sex, Love and What Else Matters with Kristen Doute” podcaster says, “I’d be crazy to say that I wasn’t nervous.”

The AirSculpt partner — who’s never been shy about shutting down body-shaming trolls in the past — adds that while reading hateful comments can be “very tough,” they weren’t the impetus for her decision to undergo the procedure.

“It’s not that the trolls on Instagram had anything to do with my body image of myself; it really was about me feeling good in my own body and me looking at myself in the mirror,” Doute says.

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Doute tells us the social media landscape has changed since she started on reality TV. AirSculpt
The fashion designer starred on “Vanderpump Rules” from 2013 to 2020. Bravo
She posed in a shimmering red dress for a “Valley” promo shot. Felix Kunze/Bravo

The “He’s Making You Crazy” author shares that while she’s “not a girl who weighs herself,” she was “not feeling like the best version” of herself prior to her AirSculpt experience.

“I wanted to try on clothes and feel good in the clothes that I’m wearing, and that was really difficult for me for a few years, for sure,” Doute tells us.

Along with her major body makeover, the Witches of Weho wine founder has some other exciting news this spring: She’ll be starring in the “real messy” competition show “The GOAT” alongside reality stars like “The Real Housewives of New York City” alum Jill Zarin and “Bachelorette” Tayshia Adams.

“The Valley” airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.