Kim Accessorizes Her Bikini with the Kardashian Sisters' New Jewelry Line

04/01/2010 at 04:47 PM ET

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Her sexy curves weren’t the only things Kim Kardashian flaunted on Miami Beach this week. The newly single star took to the sand rocking baubles from her and her sisters’ new jewelry collection for Virgins, Saints & Angels. Kim selected the double point cuff bracelet ($430) and a pair of spike hoop earrings ($185) to pair with her chevron stripe Vitamin A by Amahlia Stevens bikini. Though Khloe had given us a sneak peek of the collection back in February, it’s great to see the Armenian-inspired baubles worn by Kim. The Kardashians’ jewelry collection for Virgins, Saints & Angels is now available for purchase, with prices ranging from $185-$1,025, at Tell us: Will you buy the Kardashians’ jewelry line?Andrea DeSimone

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Lisa on

Way too expensive!

Evie on

no, l don’t think so.

Norma on

no, it is to expensive..could find just as nice looking accessories, at a cheaper price.

Red on

way, way too expensive…. not a price the every day girl can afford. They have a limited client base.

Kendall on

That’s crazy what do they think we are rich like them karadashians girls got problems.

mary a. on

So do you think this was a photo op or what!!!! These girls hide those hips of their and have so much press for doing???????

Molly on

No, way to expensive for what you get. Get real girls and join the real world.

Cutie on

Totally agree, way too expensive…Are these girls kidding me?? In this economy!!! Please, wake up from reality!!!

Sas on

NO! Too expensive thats crazy!

lorelei51h on

Way to expensive and not really attractive. People used to make that kind of stuff out of Budweiser Cans.

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