Kanye West is no stranger to fashion critiques, yet his appearance at 2 Chainz's wedding on Sunday has set the internet alight with chat of a major styling faux pas.

Walking in alongside wife Kim Kardashian, the rapper donned a neo-mint Louis Vuitton monogram suit designed by Virgil Abloh. And while the suit seems to have been a hit, West's YEEZY Season 6 slides have got fans worked up — specifically because, according to some, they didn't fit.

Of course, Twitter did Twitter, with some going gaga over the never-before-seen two-piece and others unable to get over the footwear. A few, however, were keen to stress that this is how slides should be worn.

We've collated the best reactions for your amusement — check them out below.

A lot of love for that LV suit

But some pointed out it needed a quick steam

Some dug Kanye's tiny slides

But not everyone was feeling it

Even Shuri got a word in

The slides did at least look comfortable

Some found the ’fit disrespectful

This user called for Kanye to get a stylist

But above all, ’Ye will be ’Ye

What are your thoughts on Kanye's ’fit? Let us know in the comments.

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