Have a look at the eye-popping outfit that Kim Kardashian wore out in the day

There’s nothing Kim Kardashian likes more than the limelight.

And, true to form, she made sure all eyes were on her when she stepped out with hubby Kanye West in this show-stopping outfit.

The black corset-style top was a slightly odd choice for the daytime anyway, but the real shocker was that it featured almost entirely sheer cups.

Stranger still, she teamed it with what appeared to be cycling shorts and a flowing floor-length coat.

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