Who needs a whole Free the Nipple campaign when you can be a one-woman tour de force for the cause?
We're already fully aware that Kim Kardashian West doesn't care when it comes to showing off her bod. After all, she's put her enviable assets on display countless times, including her now-infamous break the internet Paper magazine cover in 2014, that NSFW nude selfie that caused a controversy-riddled hailstorm this past March, and even her recent "midnight spray tan." As if those pics weren't enough, the reality star took to her app on Monday to slyly slam the naysayers.
The mom of two simultaneously praised and defended one of her favorite styles, writing, "I have always loved sheer -- I just don't GAF, LOL."
She then shared a few of her looks and how to shop them, which included some pretty affordable pieces from Nasty Gal, Urban Outfitters, and American Apparel.
Kim, 35, certainly practices what she preaches. Over the last couple of months, nearly everything she's worn has been sheer. We'd venture a guess that roughly 75 percent of the looks have showed us her headlights, which still means she's proudly gone bra-free a good number of times.
Just two days ago, she let her breasts fly free while out in Miami, Florida, where she rocked a very sheer white tank, grunge-worthy bleached denim cut-offs, and tan lace-up boots.
Her nighttime look following husband Kanye West's concert was somehow even more risque. While partying in Miami Beach, Kim nearly popped out of her lingerie corset and matching, very sheer LBD, which she paired with a sparkly choker and strappy sandals.
Her eyes are up here, OK?
Earlier this month, she celebrated New York Fashion Week by moseying around the streets of the Big Apple on Sept. 9 in a completely transparent bodysuit, navy blue track pants, thin-strapped heels, and black sunglasses.
Later that night, Kim ditched the sweats for a lacy jumpsuit to attend the Harper's Bazaar-hosted ICONS By Carine Roitfeld celebration at The Plaza Hotel.
And let's not forget that it was at the MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 28 when we first realized that the "Keeping Up With the Kardashian" star's clothes were getting more and more see-through, as she hit the "white carpet" in a black vintage Galliano mini.
Take that, critics!