Kim Kardashian understands the needs that dress-wearing people have, especially when it comes to low cut, backless dresses. In a video that the 40-year-old mother of four shared on her official Instagram and Twitter accounts, Kim revealed that she’s launched the new line of Skims garments — backless shapewear. The garments have a dipped back so those who are wearing garments with plunging backlines or cutout dresses that dip down towards the bottom can still ensure they look flawless. Kim shared multiple photos and videos of herself wearing the garments on her official social media platforms.
Kim Kardashian stated the following description about the new Skims backless shapewear.
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JUST DROPPED: @SKIMS BACKLESS SHAPEWEAR — flawless solutions that shape and enhance your curves with innovative levels of invisible sculpting support. Shop Backless Shapewear now in 5 colors and in sizes XXS – 5X and enjoy free shipping on domestic orders over $75.
The dress that Kim Kardashian wore is called the Alaia Vintage White Cutout Dress and Kim looked sensational in the outfit.
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You may see a video of Kim Kardashian wearing the outfit below.
Here is a better look at the back of the garment. As you can see, it dips down low enough that you can easily wear it with backless dresses.
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Celebrities aren’t the only ones who wear gorgeous, backless dresses, but when they do, they tend to make a stir. Beyonce turned heads and looked stunning when she wore a diamond thong with a custom-made backless gown by Christopher John Rogers. You may see that photo below.
Everyone who wears backless gowns can use the new backless shapewear from Skims.
Kim has often created garments that serve a purpose or meet a need that she has experienced with her own wardrobe. She has created asymmetrical shapewear, backless shapewear, and even has a maternity line.
What do you think about Skims? Do you wear the label? What do you think about the new backless, shapewear?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.