Kendall Jenner Matches Her Dress to a Soda Can on a Local Deli Run

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Kendall Jenner Matches Her Dress to a Soda Can on a Local Deli Run

The supermodel looked glamorous at a low-key corner store while picking up a Coca-Cola that coincidentally matched her dress.

Kendall Jenner upped the ante in dressing for a corner store run. 

The supermodel made the streets her runway as she rocked a fashionable ensemble to a local deli in New York City on Monday. 

Jenner showed off her elongated frame in a light orange, form-fitting midi dress by Bec & Bridge, accessorized with strappy, crystal-embellished Amina Muaddi heels, white Prada chain bag, Eshvi gold drop earrings, Vita Fede ring and sleek Velvet Canyon rectangular sunglasses -- complete with perfectly coifed tresses. 

What made this look even more intriguing? The 23-year-old was spotted carrying an orange vanilla-flavored Coca-Cola can (funnily enough, Jenner was a Pepsi ambassador in 2017 for a hot second following a campaign controversy), which matched her dress. Jenner even shared the outfit on her Instagram with a pic of her and the open can at the checkout counter on CCTV. Is matching your outfit to your grocery store buy the new trend? 

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Call it coincidence, but people on social media pointed out something interesting: was this intentional in the name of an ad? Diet Prada, an Instagram account dedicated to calling out copycats and suspicious behavior in the fashion industry, posed the question in a post that was captioned with: 

"# Ad? Short-lived Pepsi spokesmodel @kendalljenner made a glamorous bodega run in NYC yesterday to grab a can of Coke. It wasn’t just any Coke though... The most recently launched Orange Vanilla flavor she chose happened to be just a couple Pantone shades away from perfectly matching her dress. Surely enough, images of her with the beverage were soon splashed over the web. Was this color harmony a coincidence or have Jenner and Coca-Cola been scheming to skirt around the FTC’s social media advertising guidelines? 🤔" 

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) requires influencers and celebs to clearly indicate a post with either #ad or #sponsored if they are paid for promoting, and Jenner's post is absent of that. 

Maybe Jenner just wanted to dress up and match with a Coke can for a good Insta pic and people are reading into it too much. Whatever your opinion, we can all agree she looked really good doing it. 

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