Kim Kardashian Barely Covers Curves in a Tiny Two-Piece during Costa Rica Holiday
Kim Kardashian showed off her famous curves in a tiny two-piece swimsuit, and it had her fans wondering, “Where does the string go.”
Kim Kardashian is famous for flaunting her curvaceous body on social media, and once again, she took to Instagram to show it off.
The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” reality star who just returned from a vacation to Costa Rica with her sister, Kourtney Kardashian, and their children, shared a picture of herself in a tiny two-piece swimsuit that left little to the imagination.
In the post, the KKW beauty owner lounged on a beach chair covered with a white towel, crossed her right leg over the left — a pose that left her lower body exposed — spread out her hands in a peace sign and positioned her mouth in a pout.
Kardashian who had nature as her backdrop promoted the dark sunglasses she wore in the photo caption, informing her fans that it's from the second collection of her Caroline Lemke sunglass line.
Despite the announcement of the new collection, it was the swimsuit that had the reality star’s fans talking, as one fan — DopeyDaisey — wondered, “Where does the string go...”
While the answer remains elusive, Kim, who has been working out with weights to get a more fit body, shared another swimsuit photo from her tropical holiday.
The mum-of-four showed off her magnificent body in a tiny snakeskin-print swimsuit while relaxing in a pool, and this time, she used a sun-emoji as her caption.
Posting photos of herself in a tiny swimsuit is not the only thing the Hidden Hills resident is doing with her time.
During the week, the KUWTK star launched her new shapewear brand, “Kimono.” The beauty entrepreneur shared the news on social media, revealing that the collection is for women of all sizes and every skin tone.
Kim revealed that she has been working on the collection for the past year, but it has been her passion project for about fifteen years.
However, despite the good intentions the TV star has, the chosen name has lead to criticisms. According to CNN Style, Yuka Ohishi, a San Francisco resident, criticized it calling it “Disrespectful,” to the traditional Japanese outfit.
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Yuka told the news outlet that it is an integral part of her culture, and it makes her furious the reality star would use it for something irrelevant.
Kim and her representatives are yet to comment on the criticisms.