Kim Kardashian might have found the most tight-fitting dress ever. Out filming an episode for Keeping Up with the Kardashians in NYC yesterday, Kim sported a Wolford “Fatal” tube dress so tight that it was easy to make out the outline of her strapless bra as well as the wrinkles on her knees. The dress also made obvious the waist and leg bands of her shapewear, which is something she has been unintentionally flashing from underneath the body-baring outfits she prefers as of late.
Kim Kardashian apartment-hunting and filming an episode of their reality TV show in New York City on June 27, 2014
The nude dress must have made Kim feel a little more exposed than usual because the cameras kept catching her checking herself and adjusting her outfit around the waist. Do you think the way Kim looked in the dress was worth all the discomfort she was apparently in?
Kim Kardashian constantly checking her appearance and adjusting the shapewear underneath her dress
Kim paired her super-tight dress with her now easily recognizable Tom Ford spring 2012 chain sandals. She debuted these sandals at the 2012 BET Awards. She has worn them numerous times since then — at the Kardashian Kollection for Dorothy Perkins launch party, at her 33rd birthday party, and most recently, at MailOnline’s yacht party in Cannes, France.
The sandals are now sold out, but here’s a look-for-less version we found at ShoeDazzle for an unbelievable $24.98:
“Sansa” Chunky Chain-Link Sandals, $24.98–$65.95 at ShoeDazzle
Kim was accompanied that day by her mom, Kris Jenner, and her younger sister, Kendall Jenner, who was also in her own tight-fitting denim-on-denim outfit.
Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, and Kris Jenner on an NYC apartment hunt
Kendall Jenner accompanying Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner while looking for an apartment in New Yor City
Kendall’s double-denim jumpsuit consists of a Barbara Bui strapless corset top and Barbara Bui high-waisted jeans. She finished her look with these croc-embossed t-strap pumps from Topshop:
Topshop “Ghost” T-Strap Pumps, $59.99 (before: $90)