However, not everyone was impressed, with some criticising the entrepreneur for her ensemble.
"I think you forgot half of your pants," one person wrote.
"Not a fan. Looking for trouble with that outfit!" exclaimed another.
Some even accused Kim of ripping off YouTuber James Charles, who wore a similar outfit to music festival Coachella - and he even commented: "Gimme my pants back."
Despite being in lockdown, Kim has also launched a line of face masks through her shapewear label Skims, which reportedly sold out in less than 30 minutes.
However, the reality star landed herself in hot water when she was accused of "casual racism", as the non-medical seamless masks come in five skin tones. Fans pointed out on social media that one of the masks was not the right nude shade for a black model.
The Skims site has now changed the model and the mask she wears.
The fashion and beauty mogul was slammed by critics when she first announced the launch of her shapewear line in June 2019.
The original name 'Kimono" was met with controversy and labelled as disrespective to the Japanese culture, which prompted Kim to announce the new name SKIMS.