Kim Kardashian left little to the imagination as she poured her curves into a show-stopping rhinestone outfit for her latest photoshoot.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians beauty looked incredible in the snaps, which she has shared on Instagram.
Mum-of-four Kim was clad in the briefest of shorts and a clinging halterneck that were liberally sprinkled with glittering stones.
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Towering black heels and a billowing black silk cape added to the drama as the reality star stalked towards the camera with her signature pout and an intense stare.
Kim's hair, which is currently blonde instead of its usual brunette, was piled up on top of her head in a messy bun, with loose tendrils escaping and tumbling sexily around her face.
Her make-up was as perfect as ever, with nude lips, perfectly groomed brows and lashings of mascara giving the star a seriously glam look.
The snaps got Kim plenty of love from her celebrity fans, with the likes of Paris Hilton commenting on how "gorgeous" she looked.
Fans were also dazzled by the glamorous images and the post had racked up more than 840,000 likes just a few hours after SKIMS mogul Kim shared it.
Her followers said that she was a "goddess" and that she looked "beautiful" in the twinkly co-ord.
"This is beyond amazing," gushed one admirer.
Another remarked: "Hot damn Kimberly!!!!!!!!"
Others said Kim was an "icon" and commented on her "insane body".
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"I finally believe in lust at 1st sight," quipped one of her followers.
"Looking so sexy," said someone else.
A couple of people thought that the outfit might be just a little bit OTT for now, but perfect for a Christmas party.
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