Kim Kardashian Wears Sexy Pink String Bikini

Published August 29th, 2019 - 08:43 GMT
Kim also had on a light pink nail polish
Kim also had on a light pink nail polish
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the social media vet is known for posing often in a two piece.

Kim Kardashian took to Instagram on Tuesday morning to post another bikini photo -

The 38-year-old siren looked to be on vacation as she shared the chest-up shot where she was reclined on a white towel.

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The point of the post was to plug new sunglasses from Caroline Lemke.

'Shop the Gemini's in pink,' said the wife of Kanye West.

The Selfish author puckered up as she looked at the camera while wearing the glasses that could pass for ski goggles.

They were large and black with a mono lens and a pink frame.

The color went nicely with her string bikini.

Kim also had on a light pink nail polish that tied it all together nicely.

It was also made obvious that the photo was a selfie as Kim could be seen holding her cell phone out in the reflection of her glasses.

Kim has been working for the brand for at least a year.

Her last collection was much darker and the glasses also had mirrored lenses.

The past: Kim has been working for the brand for at least a year. Her last collection was much darker and the glasses also had mirrored lenses

 

This post comes after Mrs Kanye West revealed that the new name for her shapewear line is SKIMS.

The last name was Kimono but she scrapped it after loud complaints.

A politician from Japan also wrote Kim a letter telling her how distressing it was that she use the name Kimono to sell undergarments.

Kim met the controversy with class as she apologized to anyone she offended.

In the new SKIMS portrait shared on Monday, the TV star could be seen in a beige leotard.

 

 


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