Kate flaunted her famous curves in a sexy campaign shoot for Express’s Spring/Summer 2015… and she looks amazing! Not only does she look so ready for the season, but you can SHOP her exact look without breaking the bank.
We can totally see why Kate Upton was named the sexiest woman alive! The model is sizzling hot in the Express Spring/Summer 2015 campaign, showing off covetable swimwear and must-have summer pieces. Lucky for you, you can shop her looks right here. Check out her campaign pics below.
Kate Upton’s Bikini In Express Campaign:
We first had our eye on the new Express collection when saw how great Kate looked rocking the new pieces at a launch event, and know that we’ve seen the swimwear line, we can’t wait to get our hands on it! After all, Kate does seem most at home when she’s stripping down to an itty-bitty bikini!
Kate is back taking beautiful pics in a swimsuit, and who could forget her Sports Illustrated days? This time there was a slightly different motive for her curve-flaunting photos. As the face for the Express Spring/Summer 2015 women’s collection, Kate modeled fun summer shorts, cute tanks and, of course, swimwear!
Our favorite swimsuit that Kate was pictured in has to be the Express Monokini Halter Swimsuit in white. She looked phenomenal in this cutout one piece, and thanks to the hourglass shape of the swimsuit, you’ll look just as great. The design accentuates curves for the ultimate swimwear statement, and she covered up with a Lace Inset Fringe Kimono.
She also looked great in the Halter Bikini Swim Top in Fluro Guava, and it was so pretty next to her floral cover up and cute cutoff shorts. We are loving all of this summer style inspiration!
Kate Middleton’s Stunning Express Summer Campaign
The swimwear isn’t the only thing to covet from Kate’s gorgeous campaign. She was also pictured in the Express Baroque Lace Tube Dress, and white is clearly Kate’s color!
We think Kate looks amazing in her new Express campaign — and not only are the clothes trendy for the upcoming season, but they are totally attainable.
— Kindra Bailey