Kim Kardashian flaunts her envious curves in tights in racy new photos
Kim Kardashian once again proves that less is more when it comes to her clothes acquiring almost 900 thousand likes for a picture where she's wearing nothing but nude pantyhose, high heeled shoes, and a bandeau top.
Kim Kardashian's latest Instagram post is of her plugging the newest offering from her perfume range KKW HEARTS entitled "Wifey," leaving nothing to the imagination.
The picture shows Kim K flat on her back with her legs resting on a massive candy heart prop bearing the word "Wifey" and she's dressed in nothing more than nude tights and a tiny tube top.
In previous advertisements for the range on her Instagram, she has maintained the nude colors but has worn a body suit in one picture and a sports bra and matching panties in another.
The perfume range is scheduled as a Valentine's Day promotion by KKW Fragrance, with "Wifey, Baddie & Baby Girl" being the new line.
The clothes, or lack thereof, appear to be from her husband Kanye West's Yeezy clothing line. Her hair was a platinum blonde wig for the shoot and she sported the usual fake tan and bronzer to complete her look.
Kim, whose claim to fame truly began when a private sex tape of her and ex-boyfriend Ray J went viral, is now one of the faces of several brands besides the reality television show, "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."
As a social media influencer, she has never shied away from using her fuller figure to promote either herself or her brand and has also appeared in a nude pictorial in Playboy magazine.
Whatever she is doing, it appears to be working. Kim consistently posts raunchier pictures to her social media accounts, really pushing the envelope when it comes to how much more she can still reveal in a shoot.She currently boasts 126 million Instagram followers, and the young girl who was once insecure about her curves seems to have vanished into thin air.
"I used to say my prayers before bed, and pray I would stop developing [...] You always see the typical skinny models and I'm not that and I'm proud not to be that."