Kourtney Kardashian Flaunts Her Flawless Figure In Seven Swim Two-Piece Bathing Suit — See The Look
Kourtney Kardashian had a great time at an undisclosed, tropical location where she celebrated her sister's Kim Kardashian's fortieth birthday. Kourtney is sharing multiple photos from her trip and after showing off an animal print bikini that she wore, now she's sharing pictures while wearing a bikini from Seven Swim. Kourtney flaunted her flawless figure in a series of three photos where she wore the black bikini and topped it off with a black hat.
The bikini that Kourtney Kardashian wore is called the Mara from Seven Swim and the top and bottom are sold separately. Kourtney's hat is from Janessa Leone and is called the Martina hat.
The Seven Swim Mara bikini top is made from polyamide and spandex. It is a classic triangle style and has extra long ties so it can be styled in 18 different ways. Kourtney wore the bikini top in a traditional manner. The Mara bikini top retails for approximately $45.
The Seven Swim Mara bikini bottoms provide medium coverage and are will give you a cheeky display without being a thong. Kourtney made sure to show off her best assets as she posed for the camera in her photo slideshow. The bikini bottoms retail for approximately $45.
The Janessa Leone Martina hat costs about $322. It is a straw hat made from Boa and has a raw, gauze strap that Kourtney tied underneath her chin. The hat was a chic addition to her look and was sensational with her long, dark hair.
In one photo, Kourtney donned a pair of Karen Wazen sunglasses and in another, she showed off her beautiful face.
You may see the photo slideshow that Kourtney Kardashian shared along with the included caption below.
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What do you think about Kourtney Kardashian's beachwear? Do you like the Seven Swim bikini and Janessa Leone hat?
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