Kim Kardashian shows off her famous curves in her ‘go to’ SKIMS set

Kim Kardashian shows off her famous curves in her ‘go to’ SKIMS set of small sports bra and leggings… while saying she’s ‘obsessed’

Kim Kardashian remains her own best commercial.

On Wednesday, the 40-year-old reality star showed off her famous curves in her ‘everyday go-to’ SKIMS set that included a small sports bra and leggings.

She filmed herself in the mirror of an elevator working out her impossible proportions and confessed to being “obsessed” with her shapewear look.

SKIMS: Kim Kardashian, 40, continues to show off her famous curves in her ‘go-to’ SKIMS set that includes a tiny top and leggings

The mother of four wore two pieces from her ‘outdoor collection’ in a short Instastory in the signature nude hue that turned her all around.

Her very toned midriff was on full display, as was a bit of cleavage as she spoke to her 241 million followers.

As she continued to enhance the stripped-down look, her brown hair was pulled back in a low bun and all eyes were drawn to her body.

Despite only wearing a cotton set, the billionaire still managed to look expensive when she shared how “obsessed” she was with her line.

Get Out: The Billionaire Found a Way to Still Look Expensive Despite Wearing Leggings and a Sports Bra

Get Out: The Billionaire Found a Way to Still Look Expensive Despite Wearing Leggings and a Sports Bra

Toned down: the outfit showed her impossible proportions and very tight tummy

Like butter: The reality star ran her hands over the front of the leggings as she worked her corners

Like butter: The reality star ran her hands over the front of the leggings as she worked her corners

“The leggings and the top, I love them,” she said, adding “obsessed” under her breath in an inflected tone.

And she paired the athleisure set with velcro slides created by estranged husband Kanye West — whom she recently supported at his Donda listening event in Atlanta, Georgia.

Kim took all four of their kids to watch West take the stage – standing still and pacing around the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in an all-red look with a face mask.

And in recent months, it was revealed that Kim’s KKW Beauty line was undergoing a re-branding — which many claimed would remove the “W” from her name after filing for divorce from the eccentric rapper in February.

'Obsessed': 'The leggings and the top, I love it,' she said, adding 'obsessed' under her breath

‘Obsessed’: ‘The leggings and the top, I love it,’ she said, adding ‘obsessed’ under her breath

Stripped: Her daytime look was stripped as she tied her brown locks back into a sleek bun with a hard center part

Natural: In keeping with the natural color scheme, she showed off an understated acrylic set

Stripped: Her daytime look was stripped as she tied her brown locks back into a sleek bun with a hard center part

However, in July, it was said that the All of the Lights singer had actually helped her with the reimagined line and that she had no intention of “dropping it.” [the W] West of the company.’

“Kanye even helped Kim with the rebrand, including the name and packaging,” a source told AND, but despite rumors of her leaving the ‘W’, she recently tried to trademark the name ‘SKKN’.

Despite her best efforts, her team of attorneys received a letter of resignation from Lawyers for Beauty Concepts LLC – a company founded in 2017 and operating under the name SKKN+, which accused Kardashian of defrauding them.

Rebranding: 'Kanye even helped Kim with the rebranding, including the name and packaging,' a source told ET

Rebranding: ‘Kanye even helped Kim with the rebranding, including the name and packaging,’ a source told ET

No 'W': Despite rumors of her abandoning the 'W' in her refreshed beauty line, she recently tried to trademark the name 'SKN', which led to a 'ceasefire' letter from a company called SKKN+ that exists since 2017

No ‘W’: Despite rumors of her abandoning the ‘W’ in her refreshed beauty line, she recently tried to trademark the name ‘SKN’, which led to a ‘ceasefire’ letter from a company called SKKN+ that exists since 2017

In documents obtained by TMZ, the company — which is owned by a woman named Cydnie Lunsford — claimed Kim’s pursuit of an entity of the same name would create confusion in the marketplace and undermine their efforts, and adding “By Kim” to the end of the name was not enough differentiation.

Her attorney Michael G. Rhodes told the outlet: “We certainly value and support small businesses, and our hats off to Ms Lunsford. But it’s about trademark law and we haven’t done anything that deserves legal action from her.’

He added that their camp remained hopeful that they could “smooth things out once both sides have spoken”.

Legal action: The owner of the company, Cydnie Lunsford, took legal action because they said Kim had scammed the name and adding 'By Kim' at the end wouldn't be enough to differentiate

Legal action: The owner of the company, Cydnie Lunsford, took legal action because they said Kim had scammed the name and adding ‘By Kim’ at the end wouldn’t be enough to differentiate

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