Caitlyn Jenner
Caitlyn Jenner, photographed by Annie Leibovitz for the cover of Vanity Fair magazine's July 2015 issue, has enlisted the help of celebrity stylist Jen Rade to get her ready for the 2015 ESPYs. Vanity Fair/Annie Leibovitz

As a member of the Kardashian-Jenner family, Caitlyn Jenner has to make sure she's always dressed to perfection. Fortunately she's got access to some of the best stylists, make-up artists and more. The 65-year-old former Olympian is slated to make a major appearance at the 2015 ESPYS, which air Wednesday night, and she's enlisted the best of the best to ensure she looks totally fabulous.

According to Us Weekly, Jenner has hired celebrity stylist Jen Rade to help her get ready for the big night. Rade has quite the impressive resume. During her career she's dressed the likes of Angelina Jolie and Pink for various events. It has not yet been revealed what Jenner plans to wear to the annual award show, but sources did give Us Weekly a little tease.

"Caitlyn is currently planning to wear an ivory dress to the ceremony," the source said.

Opting for white is a slight departure from all the bright and colorful outfits Jenner's been spotted sporting during various outings. During her first public appearance at New York City's gay pride festival, the reality TV star stepped out in a multicolored sequin minidress with a chic tailored blazer on top. The awe-inspiring outfit was chosen by Patricia Field, who is known for her work on "Sex & The City." Jenner was spotted entering the store wearing one outfit -- a leopard-print wrap dress -- and leaving in the other. The windows of Field's store were covered by sheets, giving Jenner and her crew the privacy they required.

Jenner won't just be hitting the red carpet at the 2015 ESPYS. She'll be taking the stage to accept the highly coveted Arthur Ashe Courage Award. It was announced June 1 Jenner would be receiving the award, not long after she began living publicly as a woman. The decision was met with much controversy from people who believed there were others in the running for the award who deserved it more. Many thought she had beaten U.S. military veteran Noah Galloway and college sports star Lauren Hill. It was later proved that information was false.

The ESPYS air Wednesday at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.