See Every Outfit Kim Kardashian Has Worn on Her Rome Trip

CATCH UP!Watch: Did Kim Kardashian Break the Dress Code at the Vatican?

Ciao, bella! 

Kim Kardashian has been serving up stunning looks—along with scrumptious pasta dishes—during her Italian summer getaway. The mother of four has been sightseeing with supermodel Kate Moss, hitting up Fendi and waking up in paradise this week. 

From a tortoise shell-printed mini dress at the Trevi Fountain to a barely-there sheer white gown while touring the Vatican, Kim's wardrobe changes have been head-turning on an international scale. Seems like her iconic style rings true in all languages! 

According to an E! insider, Kim did cover up with a long black leather coat for a more conservative outfit as she entered the Church and Sistine Chapel, in respect of the religious dress code

Kim gushed about her experience at the famed Christian site: "We had the most incredible experience touring Vatican City @vaticanmuseums," she captioned on Instagram on July 1. "It was amazing to be able to view all of the iconic art, architecture and ancient Roman sculptures in person, especially Michelangelo's works. We even had an opportunity to view their private archive of robes worn by every pope in history, dating back to the 1500's. Thank you @ocspecial for arranging the visit." 

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The SKIMS founder even joked, "Don't worry, I adhered to the dress code and fully covered up while inside St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel's!" 

Check out all of Kim's fierce looks from her trip to Rome below. 

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Kim visits the famous Trevi Fountain in an eye-popping mini dress during some late night sightseeing.

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Kim looks stunning in a Grecian goddess-inspired asymmetrical white mini dress with lace-up sandals as she visits the Spanish Steps on June 30. 

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Kim Kardashian reunites with her besties, makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic and hairstylist Chris Appleton, in Rome.

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