The dress Kim K should have worn to her wedding


She's back and she has set a very high standard for her (or any of her fellow celeb) future red carpet appearances. Kim K attended the The Daily Front Row's Annual Fashion Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night, making it her first red carpet event since her much-publicised October 2016 robbery

Read more: Why everyone should listen to Kim Kardashian talk about being robbed

If you don't remember Kim's 2014 wedding dress (but how could you forget?!), worry not, as she wore a reimagined version of it with added glow-in-the-dark embellishments.

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Both gowns were designed by Riccardo Tisci - the 2005-2017 Givenchy creative director who dressed the reality star for a number of glam events during his tenure.

Like her 2014 wedding gown, this dress was plucked from the 2011 Givenchy couture collection, and has a V-like torso and bodice, sheer sleeves with delicate embellishments and a figure-hugging silhouette.

The difference is that, this time around, Mrs West flaunted her dashing pins through the sheer bottom half of the dress.

Oh, and the pearls! The glorious constellation of pearls on the neckline.

The rest of Kim's look was effortlessly styled with a wet look bob and her signature nude lips. 

Yes Kimberley, we do. We absolutely do.

Images: Getty

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