Kim Kardashian’s Latest Street Style Includes High-Waisted Denim Skirt and Matching Heels

Kim Kardashian
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Showing off her curves!

Kim Kardashian put her post-baby weight loss on full display while out and about in NYC on Sunday, May 1.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 35, accentuated her hourglass figure with a high-waisted denim miniskirt that flaunted her toned legs. 

Kim Kardashian
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While Kardashian typically opts for monochrome neutral ensembles, the light-wash jean details in her outfit take her street style to a new, colorful level. She matched the supershort skirt with light blue frayed stilettos by Gianvito Rossi. Her nude top and coordinating duster coat put all the attention on her blue accents.

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian Raymond Hall/GC Images

The mother of two has been extremely open about her post-baby weight loss since giving birth to her second child, Saint West, in December. On April 27, she captioned a photo on Snapchat, "YOU GUYS!!!! PRE BABY WEIGHT WAS 135!!!!!" In the pic, Kardashian stands on a scale, which shows that she currently weighs 139.6 pounds. The Selfish author previously noted that she had gained 60 pounds over the course of her pregnancy with Saint and her goal was to shed 70 pounds total.

Kardashian is in NYC getting ready to attend the Met Gala on May 2 and even Instagrammed her glam team putting in overtime for the fashion-focused event. "Midnight Met Prep," she wrote. "Ok it's 2am just finished my spray tan. I'm so exhausted," she followed up on Twitter.

What do you think of Kim's body-hugging ensemble?

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