Kim Kardashian Spotted in Husband Kanye West's Label While out Running Errands in Calabasas
Kim Kardashian put her banging body on display in a casual, low-key outfit as she ran errands in Calabasas on June 12. The next day, the 38-year-old star made a visit to Washington, D.C to speak about prison reform alongside President Trump.
In her usual style of fashion, Kim Kardashian left little to the imagination as she stepped out for some errands on June 12 in Calabasas. The KUTWK star looked low key in a casual outfit but didn’t fail to show off her banging body in the process.
The mother-of-four donned an espresso bodysuit that looked like it was painted on her and flaunted her perky bosom. She paired it with matching sweatpants that clung to her lithe waist and finished off the look with a pair of sneakers.
The 38-year-old was clad from head to toe in Yeezy wear, proving that she was her husband’s biggest supporter. She rocked an Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 footwear, and she looked fabulous in them.
Despite looking casual, Kim’s face was far from regular as she was fully made up. Mrs. West donned a smokey eye, long eyelashes combined with flawless cheeks and foundation and nude lips.
Her hair was styled in a shoulder-length, bob manner that made her look like she meant business.
A LAWYER IN THE MAKING
The hairstyle Kim rocked was similar to that which wore on June 13 to visit Washington D.C and speak about prison reform alongside President Donald Trump.
Rocking a teal suit, Kim talked about her work with criminal reform and urged the government to promote the First Step Act and hire prisoners who will be released early.
She went on to reveal that she would be partnering with a ride-share program to ensure former inmates have a way of getting to their job interviews or meetings.
Kim has worked on a number of cases to free non-violent inmates with her most notable case being that of Alice Marie Johnson. While speaking to Vogue Magazine, Kim revealed that she has decided to become a lawyer.
She explained that her interest in the profession came as a result of her work with Criminal Justice Advocate, Van Jones. The KKW Beauty Founder said to the magazine:
“I just felt like I wanted to be able to fight for people who have paid their dues to society. I just felt like the system could be so different, and I wanted to fight to fix it, and if I knew more, I could do more. ”