Kim Kardashian, Khole Kardashian and their little sister Kylie Jenner were mobbed by fans in Miami when they attended the grand opening of their revamped Dash store on Wednesday. The fans, mostly young girls and boys, went crazy to get a glimpse of the famous Kardashian curves outside the store and were mobbing them by clicking their pictures and making their videos.
Khloe, Kylie and Kim wore almost same coloured outfits to attend the Dash store reopening. Kim Kardashian showed off her famous bum in a skin tight short dress in nude colour, which she cleverly teamed up with a crop top turtle neck sweater. The 33-year-old mommy to North West wore nude vintage Alaia dress and high heeled Alaia sandals. Her makeup was nude and she chose to keep her hair slicked back in a high pony tail.
Khole looked gorgeous of the three. She chose to wear a clinging peach pant suit, which showed off her great toned body. Khloe let her hair open and fall on the face. She clicked several videos of the fans that were present outside their store. Khloe's videos, which can be viewed here and here, show a group of fans on the verse of breaking their store windows and held back by security to enable them to pass by.
Their step sister Kylie Jenner wore a dungaree style jumpsuit from ASOS, which has been sold off completely, Daily Mail is reporting. She teamed up with bright red lipstick and golden heels.
Later in the day Kim Kardashian also posted a very revealing bikini selfie on her Instagram page. Kim is seen wearing a very revealing black bikini which also owned by her 16-year-old sister Kylie Jenner. The Kardashians are staying at the luxurious Versace Mansion and Kim posted yet another picture of her in the same nude Alai dress prior to her venturing out at the Dash store re-opening.
The mommy to baby Nori looks slimmer in her Instagram picture, which you can view here as compared to her picture published by the Daily Mail. There is speculation in the media that Kim has photo shopped her picture to make her waist look slim. What are your views?