Kim Kardashian found a Halloween costume to perfectly accentuate her famous hourglass figure as she celebrated the holiday with her beau Kanye West.
Kim Kardashian, 32, decided to go dressed as a mermaid, squeezing her curves into a green fishtail skirt and a shell bra.
The reality star also sported a blonde wig to complete her elaborate look for the evening as she hit a Midori party in New York on Saturday.
Kim Kardashian was clearly delighted with her costume and eagerly shared photos with her fans via her Twitter and Instagram pages, including one of her with her “captain” Kanye West, who wore a naval outfit.
Kim Kardashian found the perfect Halloween costume to celebrate the holiday with her beau Kanye West
Since dating Kanye West, Kim Kardashian seems to have developed quite the penchant for leather.
And she overdid it earlier in the day on a solo outing when she teamed a knee-length red skirt with thigh high black boots, both made from her favorite fabric.
There is no evidence that mermaids exist, The National Ocean Service, a US government scientific agency, has said.
The National Ocean Service made the unusual declaration in response to public inquiries following a TV show on the mythical creatures.
It is thought some viewers may have mistaken the programme for a documentary.
“No evidence of aquatic humanoids has ever been found,” the service wrote in an online post.
The National Ocean Service posted an article last week on its educational website, Ocean Facts.
There is no evidence that mermaids exist, The National Ocean Service has said
Images and tales of mermaids – half-human, half-fish – appear in mythology and art from across the world and through history, from Homer’s Odyssey to the oral lore of the Australian aboriginals, the service wrote.
The article was written from publicly available sources because “we don’t have a mermaid science programme”, said National Ocean Service spokeswoman Carol Kavanagh.
Carol Kavanagh said that at least two people had written to the agency asking about the creatures.
The inquiries followed May’s broadcast of Mermaids: The Body Found, on the Discovery Channel’s Animal Planet network.
The programme was a work of fiction but its wink-and-nod format apparently led some viewers to believe it was a science education show, the Discovery Channel has acknowledged.