Kim Kardashian wears a skin-tight gold dress to The Promise premiere

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Never one to shy away from the spotlight, Kim Kardashian stunned in an ankle-skimming, skin-tight gold dress at the premiere of heart-wrenching movie The Promise. The reality star, who is famed for flaunting her dramatic curves, caused a stir as she strutted along the red carpet.


Kim Kardashian at the premiere of The Promise

Go for gold: Kim Kardashian at the premiere of The Promise in Hollywood

The 36-year-old’s dazzling, curve-clinging maxi dress is a vintage Gianni Versace number. She accessorised with strappy sandals in the palest grey for a leg-lengthening effect, and chose to go without a clutch bag. When it came to jewellery, Kim kept things surprisingly simple, wearing just her engagement ring to let her golden gown do the talking.


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Beauty-wise, she showcased a flawless, glowing complexion and rocked a bronze-toned smoky eye with striking, angled brows and lashings of mascara. A glossy, nude lip completed her smouldering look.

Kim Kardashian at the Fashion Los Angeles Awards

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The social media maven took a leaf out of her sister Kendall’s book recently and changed up her hairstyle – she traded in her hip-grazing, dark lengths for a sleek, glossy chop that accentuates her facial features. It’s easy to see why Kim’s chosen to embrace a shorter style for the summer months – a smooth through with blowdry cream, a quick go-over with the straighteners and a spritz of shine-enhancing hairspray and she’s good to go.

Kim has worked an array of show-stopping ensembles over the course of the past few months. Last week she wowed in a white, semi-sheer Givenchy gown at the Fashion Los Angeles Awards and in January she turned heads in Dubai while wearing a tight-fitting minidress with a black cap and heeled booties.




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