There is an unwritten but understood rule when it comes to weddings: all attention should be directed to the bride.

I honestly don’t think I was ever told not to wear white to a wedding if I wasn’t the bride, I just knew it. Unless the invite specifically says casual attire or it’s a beach wedding, keep it simple and wallflower-esque.

Kendall Jenner may not have received this memo. It caused a stir on the internet and sparked conversations about what to wear to weddings.

All because in this …

Yes, that is a dress. According to Buzzfeed, Kendall attended her friend Lauren Perez’s wedding last week. She took some photos in the bathroom at the reception with Hailey Bieber and Bella Hadid (like girls do) and posted them on her Instagram stories.

As with anything a Kardashian / Jenner does or posts, the internet has exploded.

As I said earlier, wedding guests should know and acknowledge that the bride is the star of the show. No white, no black, no excess skin, etc. A lot of people repeated that sentiment on Twitter and took it a step further.

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Well, Kendall was a bridesmaid at that wedding so she didn’t wear this as a guest or at the wedding. The question arises – is this outfit even acceptable for a reception? Does this mean that it is less of a violation of the wedding rules?

South Louisiana has very different wedding rules, I think. You have to show NO JEANS at your invitation, Levi’s and Wrangler’s everywhere else. Suits for boys, matching dresses (not short, not low-cut) for girls. I’ve been to all types of weddings but I usually run there as a bridesmaid.

What would you do if someone came to your wedding dressed like that? Would there even be a friendship to be saved?

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