Celebrity Khloe Kardashian Khloé Kardashian Went Topless in Good American's Latest Campaign She wore skinny jeans and nothing else. By Tessa Petak Tessa Petak Instagram Tessa Petak is a Brooklyn-based writer who helps to cultivate InStyle's illustrious news coverage across a wide range of topics including celebrity, fashion, and entertainment. She also produces and composes celebrity profiles and features for the site and InStyle's digital issues. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on August 23, 2021 @ 09:26AM Pin Share Tweet Email If anybody has good jeans (and genes), it's Khloé Kardashian, and she's showing them off in Good American's latest campaign photos. On Sunday, the denim brand's instagram account posted a video montage of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum modeling some of the brand's new looks. And at one point in the short clip, the camera panned over a polaroid of Kardashian topless, wearing nothing but a pair of skinny jeans, a rhinestone choker, and transparent pumps. Her long, hip-length caramel locks strategically covered her chest. Other looks modeled in the video included ripped denim and a black cropped tee combo, as well as camo printed pants and a jacket with a nude-colored shirt underneath. In July, during an interview for Good American's neon swim line, Kardashian opened up to InStyle about how her mood impacts her fashion choices. "I'm someone that dresses for my personality that day; some days we wake up and we don't feel as great in our skin and some days we feel fabulous," she shared. "So, I really think it depends on your mood." Khloé Kardashian Jokes That Kim Copied Her By Releasing a Neon Collection She also revealed that her own personal struggles with denim that fit her was part of the motivation behind Good American's super inclusive sizing options. "At one point in my life, I was a size 14 or 16 depending on the brand, which is very average in the United States," she told us. "I've definitely been on the bigger end of the spectrum and on the smaller. But I remember how I felt when I was at my biggest size. Shopping alone was challenging — being separated, having minimal options, or being told I had to shop at a different floor. It never made me feel good or made me want to go shopping. And that's really been the ethos of what we do and stand by. Everything is inclusive, whether it be swim, athletic wear, denim, whatever it is. We want to offer in all sizes. And we really love our retailers who support us, because we don't allow them to stop at a size, for example, 14. Like, no, if you want to carry the brand, you have to carry the whole size range."