The reality TV stars aka “the Kardashian sisters” – Kim, Kourtney and Khloe who love naming everything with a “K” after their initials “KK”, have a successful clothing or “klothing” line called the Kardashian Kollection.
Their collection is made up of a wide range items, from fashion and footwear, to lingerie, jewelry, perfume and even bed sets. So it comes as no surprise that the famous sisters have recently added a swimwear line to their line, retailing at Sears.
The collection features a cute selection of bikinis, haltner-neck full piece swimsuits and monokinis. The color palette includes navy blue, white, red and brown in solid and patterned prints.
The Kardashian trio showed off their curvy bodies in their new swimwear. Khloe opted for a patterned bikini underneath a sheer navy blue kamino. Kim wore a navy blue halter-neck bikini with frills that accentuated her curves. Kourtney chose a navy blue bikini with removable straps.
While these swimsuits are all pretty in their own way, wearing a swimsuit that suits your body is essential if you want to look as hot as these sisters.
Fuller-figured girls should opt for the Full Piece Halter-Neck Swimsuits available in white and navy blue.
For girls with an hour-glass or slim figure, that still wants to wear a full-piece but still show a little bit of skin, the Monokini’s are the best. The monokini’s are patterned and come in red and yellow or brown and beige.
Girls with big bust should look for support in a bikini top, and the halter-neck bikinis are perfect for these ladies. They come in solid white or red and yellow or brown and beige patterned prints.
For girly girls, the bikini with frill details, as worn by Kim Kardashian, is a good choice. They come in solid navy blue or red and yellow patterned with blue trim.
And lastly, the bikini with removable straps. Wear the bikini as a halter-neck or remove the straps and have a boob-tube bikini top. Available in bright orange, animal print and navy blue.
Which is your favorite swimwear piece from the Kardashian Kollection?