Kim Kardashian Wears Tiny Sheer Top and Blazer on Night Out

Kim Kardashian wears a bra as a top. (Photo: Getty Images)

Kim Kardashian‘s style ranges from completely covered up to totally revealing. Case in point: Recently, the reality star was spotted wearing the same tracksuit for three days in a row — and then on Monday night, she stepped out wearing lingerie as a top.

Kardashian went out to dinner wearing a sheer Gucci bra and cropped velvet leggings. The gym-meets-workwear outfit also featured an oversized black blazer.

Plastic wedges are set to be the next big trend. (Photo: Getty Images)

Not one to disappoint, the contour kit entrepreneur also chose PVC wedges (which are likely to be from husband Kanye West’s Yeezy line).

A vintage Prada handbag from the ’90s finished off the unique look. The nylon style can be yours for about $530.

Kim stuck to her super long hair, choosing to leave it straight and parted in the middle. She let her outfit do the talking, walking out in minimal make-up.

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