Kim Kardashian Embodies Vintage '1960s Era Vibe' in Sultry New Lingerie Photos

Kim Kardashian is bringing forth vintage pinup vibes in her latest photoshoot.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum took to Instagram on Wednesday, June 26 to share a collection of professional images from a recent project, where she posed in a cheeky leopard-print lingerie set with a matching face mask.

For beauty, she wore her currently blonde-colored hair in a voluminous layered shoulder bob with a glamorous thinly-penciled eyebrows and nude lipstick makeup look.

Kardashian embodied a classic "1960s era vibe" in the black-and-white shots, according to one fan, as several others even likened her to iconic actress Marilyn Monroe.

See the photos here!

The SKIMS owner left the caption of her upload simple, only tagging the team responsible for helping her pull together the look: "creative director & stylist @sokimak Photographer @michaelbaileygates hair @chrisappleton1 makeup @kalikennedy."

The comment section was overflowing with fans and famous friends who couldn't help but gush over Kardashian's stunning display.

"So.. you’re telling me this isn’t Marilyn Monroe? 😍," model Winnie Harlow wrote, while another insisted, "Your [sic] such an icon ❤️."

"Monroe Style elegance & sexy," a third agreed.

Someone else called the snapshots "Insane 😍" and another admitted they were "OBSESSED ❤️🔥."

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"Oh this is a yes," an additional commenter simply stated.

Immediately following the first photoset, the mom of four shared another collection of pictures from the same shoot that had fans continuing to declare, "KIMMY BRINGING MARILYN VIBES AND WE LOVE IT 🥰💖."

In it, she posed in a few different looks than the animal-print underwear ensemble, rocking a garment seemingly made of blonde hair with white boots, a chic oversized power suit and tie, and a hooded fur coat.

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