Kim Kardashian sure is eager to bring the heat to Miami. The 35-year-old was spotted on holiday in Florida on Thursday wearing a very racy bustier that featured a peek-a-boo top and sheer panels.
She paired the lingerie with high-waisted Levi jeans and snakeskin boots, proving yet again she’s determined to make up her own rules when it comes to fashion.
Her sisters Kourtney and Khloe are also in Miami, along with Scott Disick who was seen grabbing lunch with the rapper.
Along with photo shoots and spending time with her family, the reality TV star will doubt make sure there is plenty of selfie action on her trip.
Earlier this week she revealed she took a staggering 6,000 selfies on her four-day holiday in Mexico.
The mum-of-two – whose daughter North, three, and nine-month-old son Saint joined her on her trip – made the announcement of her excessive picture taking on her half-sister Kendall Jenner’s app in a post called: ‘Kim-Digits: The Breakdown of My Mexico Vacation.’

The ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star – who is married to Kanye West – also revealed that she wore nine different bikinis on her holiday, but didn’t spend much time in the sun as she was ‘busy doing photo shoots’ or it was ‘overcast’.
She did, however, reveal that she managed to spend four hours on the beach with her two children and drank 10 watermelon smoothies with her daughter.
The staggering selfie statistic comes after Kim’s husband recently admitted that he has got rid of his phone as it hinders his creativity.
Kanye, 39, tweeted: ‘I got rid of my phone so I can have air to create.’
However, the Pablo star may have already reneged on his vow, as he was spotted holding a large mobile device as he stepped out Scott on Thursday.
The brunette beauty recently admitted she would like them to grow up to be forensic investigators so that she can ‘live vicariously’ through them.
She said: ‘I’m gonna be that annoying, pushy mom and say I want to live vicariously through my daughter or son and have them be a forensic investigator.’
‘I would love to be a forensic investigator and live a normal life.’