Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been heating up the scenes from Los Angeles to New York City and London, as the couple jet-sets around for various appearances, concerts and promotions. All the while, of course, Kardashian's divorce from ex Kris Humphries has been staying a hot topic, too. That aside, Kimye's latest jaunt to Miami proved no less steamy, especially with the reality TV show diva's display of skin, as she showed off not one but two very exposed ensembles.
Perhaps it was the Florida sun or maybe her rapper beau has encouraged her to flaunt her figure even more so than normal, but Kardashian really was in the revealing spirit on Sunday, July 15.
As Just Jared confirms, she posted an Instagram photo to her Twitter account for all her millions of followers to see, captioned with the words, "Good morning Miami." And the shot indeed left little to the imagination with the Keeping up with the Kardashians star sitting on a boat and rocking an incredibly sultry one-piece swimsuit that featured a plunging necklineÂ—and plenty of cleavage.
But Kim Kardashian's voluptuous Twitter greeting wasn't her only take-it-off moment for Miami. Later in the afternoon, she and Kanye West stepped out for lunch at Puerto Sagua and hit the music studio. She wasn't wearing a bikini, but she did opt for a black bra-bearing top and a black skirt with suggestively see-through panels.
Daily Mail has the up-close-and-personal shots of Kardashian's rather creative look that was definitely sexy, although a bit more risquÃ© and less refined and classy than the standard exits selected by the stylista. Her black tank barely covered her sheer lace bra (talk about a Miley Cyrus moment!), creating a sort of clumsy show of skin, while her tight skirt may have proven just as provocative without the flashy mesh insets, given its already curve-hugging silhouette.
However, the questionability of the outfit's good taste aside, if there's one place to work such a look, it's probably FloridaÂ—and Kardashian played out all she's got for the Miami heat.