Kim Kardashian Is Getting SO Many Likes For Wearing This Itty-Bitty String Bikini On Instagram—She’s Basically Naked!

July 11, 2019 by Jayla Andrulonis
shefinds | Celebrity

It’s been a busy last few months for Kim Kardashian. Between welcoming her fourth child, Psalm West, into the world with her husband, Kanye West, and launching her own body makeup collection, the mogul has found time to partner with designer Carolina Lemke on her first line of sunglasses.

In an advertisement for the shades, Kim K. took to Instagram to share a bikini-clad photo with her 143 million followers. Wearing an itty-bitty black string bikini, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians Star posed with legs crossed while lounging on a beach chair, playfully raising two peace signs in the air at the camera. Of course, her famous figure was on full display in the stringy set:

The mother of four paired the barely-there bottom and cleavage-flaunting triangle top with oversized, dramatic Gemini shades from her Carolina Lemke collection and cherry red nails.

While the photo racked up over 3 million likes, the mogul’s fans weren’t the only ones commenting in. Kardashian West’s ex-brother-in-law, Scott Disick, chimed in with a playful, “Great angle,” — assumingly joking that the shot seemed to focus on her assets rather than the shades being advertised. Either way, we agree! Her enviable curves have never looked better.

Feeling inspired to rock this summer’s stringy trend like Kim? Start by shopping some of these pieces:

Tobi Black String Bikini Bottom ($5, down from $22)

TWIIN Justice String Bikini Bottom ($23.40, down from $39)

Pacsun LA Hearts Black Monterey High Side Tie Bikini Bottom ($15.96, down from $19.95)

Old Navy Triangle String-Bikini Top for Women ($10, down from $19.99)

Old Navy String Bikini for Women ($19.99)

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Jayla is a SheFinds editorial contributor with an enthusiasm for covering the latest news in the intersecting worlds of style, beauty, and wellness. She holds strong in her belief that leopard print is actually a neutral, and can most often be found with a coffee in hand. You can reach her at [email protected]

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