Kim Shui NYFW 23 & Her Mini Skirts The Size of Belts

Kim Shui & Her Skirts the Size of Belts: NYFW 23

Kim Shui seems to trust the mantra “skirts should be the size of belts” during NYFW, as her mini skirts take the runway. Indeed, those famous words uttered by Paris Hilton have become the inspiration for Shui’s upcoming collection. Kim Shui, the fashion designer, debuted her Fall/Winter 2023 line this week. Kim Shui, the upcoming designer, showcased her Chinese roots in NYFW’s exclusive wardrobe premiere. Each piece is unique and sexy. Evidently, Shui’s mini skirts are 2023 next hottest trend. The mini shimmy skirts are of a satin luxury that fall right on the model’s hips. 

NYFW Lookbook

Kim Shui fashion often features other trendsetting looks, such as snakeskin prints or bold blue sea colors. These attention seeking sassy garments include mini skirts with a signature “K” initial engraved in sparkling crystals to give the look a personalized y2k feel. Her other designs include a classic twist of the snakeskin tub top. To show off some skin, she transforms a statement scarve into a halter top. The designer’s looks give a glitzy and alluring appeal in her lacy elegant sexy sheer dresses styled with sparkly “K” sunglasses and a choker. Shui emphasizes her name with flashy capital K’s as a bra to match a sexy sequin maxi skirt to add depth to her sultry look.

Making a bold statement

Kim Shui, a brand that is famous for producing the most luxurious lacy one pieces, has brought them to you in navy, brown, or black. This is a great choice for fun, feminine touches or a more sultry look. A cobalt-blue corset top with peekaboo laces to accent the chest is another stylish outfit. The stunning blue print high-slit maxi skirt with ruched tannins and blue print reveals some of the legs in this stylish combination. To give glamour a twist, the stunning shoulder lace is draped across models in fun and eclectic skirts. Each look is a mix of sequins and lace which give each look an individual personality.

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