Kim Kardashian Models New SKIMS Pajamas On Instagram — See The Cozy Designs!
Another day, another SKIMS collection!
Last week, Kim Kardashian debuted a range of pajamas, modeling each of the sets herself on Instagram. The threads make great holiday gifts, as they feature wintry patterns and cozy materials.
The mom-of-four showed off her figure in the Pointelle Henley And Legging Gift Set, which comes in sizes from XXS to 4X.
The fair isle print henley top has a scoop neck and buttons, while the high rise cotton pants are equipped with an elastic waist, so you don't have to worry if you've overindulged on dessert!
The reality star donned the same pattern in a onesie.
"I really like to be a fit model... I need to feel it," she said of trying on her pieces. "I probably do so much more work than people assume, that might not even be necessary at this point. But I do it."
Next up was the Fleece Plaid Sleep Set, which comes in Jasper Buffalo Check and Sienna Plaid, which is the one Kardashian is wearing.
The unisex outfit is made from a soft, lightweight fleece and is designed for an oversized fit.
The makeup mogul was seen wearing the set yet again when she celebrated rumored beau Pete Davidson's 28th birthday. In a photo posted by Flavor Flav, the Saturday Night Live star was wearing the PJs too, as was her mom, Kris Jenner.
Bundle up! The Cotton Duvet Robe will make you feel "like you never left bed." The oversized piece is made from heavyweight cotton padding and almost looks like a wearable blanket.
Before releasing the new pajamas, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star unveiled her partnership with Fendi. She called the line "a first of its kind collaboration that unites the luxury of @Fendi with the innovation of @SKIMS."
The limited-edition collection consisted of leather dresses, tops, leggings, stockings and more.
According to TMZ, the styles sold out within the first 60 seconds of its debut, earning the star $1 million!
Earlier this year, the New York Times estimated that the shapewear line was valued at $1.6 billion.