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Why you need Skims Stretch Satin line for Valentine’s Day

Posted: 24 January 2020 11:54 am
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Find out when and where you can shop the luxe line of shapewear, approved by Kim Kardashian West for V-Day.

The world is officially obsessed with shapewear. It's the solution you never knew you needed, whether you need that extra lift or tuck, you need to give it a go.

What's a popular brand on the market? Without a doubt, Skims by Kim Kardashian West. Ever since its release, Kim has been trying to find new unique ways to redefine the meaning of shapewear and what it can do for you.

It doesn't have to come in a boring and restricting material, with limited colour options.

The next Skims collection is called Stretch Satin and it arrives in perfect timing for Valentine's Day. It features an array of ultra-luxe intimates in a super shiny fabric. There are five shades available, including some brand new tones.

In standard Skims fashion, the size range will be super inclusive of all body shapes. You can shop anything from XXS - 4X, including a grand total of 31 band and cup sizes.

When can you get your hands on it? The line will be dropping online at Skims on the 30 January 9am PST. If you're living in Australia, this will be a day later so keep that in mind. You can click here to join the waitlist and receive early access to the collection.

Have you heard the latest? Skims will officially be stocked at Nordstrom and you can click here to see all the details.

What's in the Skims Stretch Satin collection?

The Stretch Satin collection arrives with six different pieces. There's a smoothing bodysuit, scoop back underwire bra, unlined underwire bra, bralette, high waisted brief and a thong. It's going to be hard to pick which one you'll be rocking on date night!

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