Kim Kardashian And Pete Davidson (Photo: Mega/Getty Images)

Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson were spotted making another fashionable appearance during their London holiday, this time stopping by a luxury jewelry store in the city.

The couple was photographed perusing Comme des Garçons Jewellery at Dover Street Market. For the outing, the SKIMS mogul unsurprisingly wore yet another head-to-toe Balenciaga outfit. She went monochrome, styling her go-to pantaboots with a similarly colored nude hoodie from the luxury fashion house. For accessories, she carried a metallic version of Balenciaga’s Le Cagole XS Shoulder Bag and wore Balenciaga shades.

Meanwhile, Davidson wore a black graphic hoodie underneath a black quilted Dickies jacket, along with a pair of dark green pants and white sneakers.

Kardashian and Davidson arrived in London earlier this week. Then, the reality TV star wore a similar Balenciaga look, though that iteration appeared in all black.

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Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson
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Kardashian previously opened up about being more public with her and Davidson’s romance.

“I have the cutest pictures of us, and I wanted to be like, ‘Oh, my God, we’re so cute.’ But then I’m like, ‘You know, don’t be so desperate, don’t be posting so much. Just give a glimpse,'” she said during a guest appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in March. “I don’t know what the right thing to do is. Like, I haven’t dated since before Instagram existed. I don’t know what the rules are.”

She added that her attitude has shifted in order to prioritize her own happiness. “I encourage my friends and the people I love to be happy, and I went for it. I was like, you know what, I’m in my 40s, f**k it,” she said. “Just go for it. Find your happiness. I went for it. And I took my time and I found it, and it feels so good. And I want to hold onto that forever.”

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US