Kim Kardashian Dazzles in Pink Barbiecore Outfit

The SKIMS cofounder made an appearance at her brand’s pop-up shop.
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian.

Kim Kardashian popped in to the SKIMS Valentine’s Day pop-up shop on Feb. 8 wearing head-to-toe pink. The temporary holiday-themed shop will be at Westfield Century City in Los Angeles through Sunday, Feb. 12.

Kardashian wore a bubblegum pink bra top and matching leggings. She had a jacket in the same hue thrown casually over her arms, and the reality TV star accessorized with a thick diamond necklace and pointed-toe, knee-high boots. She matched her glam to her outfit with bright pink blush and a nude lip, while she wore her long dark locks loose.

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian attends the SKIMS pop-up shop opening in Los Angeles on Feb. 8.

Kardashian, 42, shared a few pics from the event on Instagram. Snaps included pink tables and walls stacked with red, pink, white and black lingerie available for purchase.

“From sexy limited edition styles and sweet gifts to special edible treats, there’s something for everyone (especially you),” she wrote in her post.

“Swwooooooon,” sister Khloe Kardashian wrote of the love-themed display.

Fans also piped in to the comments section to inquire about other locations of pop-up stores.

“Is SKIMS popping up anywhere else?!” one person asked, while another fan quipped, “have a pop up in chicago please for me.”

In addition to the temporary brick-and-mortar shop, items from the SKIMS Valentine’s Day Shop can also be purchased online. Earlier in the week, Kardashian modeled a silk teddy from her shapewear and clothing brand on IG. In the photo, she wore the SKIMS pink and red Lace Trimmed Silk Teddy ($88).

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