Trust Kim Kardashian to Wear the Exposed Lingerie Trend to a Wedding

Cast your minds back to 2021, when Kendall Jenner caused a sensation by wearing a daring Mônot dress with criss-cross cut-outs at her friend Lauren Perez’s wedding. Although the new-era super was clearly living her best life, her outfit choice ignited an online debate: what constitutes suitable attire for a wedding attendee? Fast forward to the present, and Kendall’s sister Kim Kardashian has surpassed her efforts with an even more outré wedding guest look.

Over the weekend, while attending her friend Stephanie Shepherd’s wedding in Beverly Hills, the entrepreneur and star of The Kardashians wore a striking ensemble that left little to the imagination. Kim’s all-black look comprised a bandeau bralette and underwear set, which she wore with an audacious cut-out velvet Alaïa maxi skirt over the top (designed by creative director Pieter Mulier, and taken from the closing look of the brand’s spring 2023 show). To complete the outfit, Kim opted for a pair of Manolo Blahnik’s tie-up Priscestro sandals.

Alaïa spring/summer 2023.

Photo: Courtesy of Alaïa

Once upon a time it was considered inappropriate to wear black to a wedding, and it’s still bad form to upstage the bride, but given the heat – and the celebrity-heavy guest list – one could argue that Kim’s barely-there top and peekaboo skirt is justifiable, in the circumstances. Let’s take cues from Kim and Kendall and acknowledge that, in today’s world, guests should feel empowered to wear whatever they desire to a wedding, without feeling judged. As long as you don’t upstage the bride, of course.

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