The weekend is finally here, and after what has been a long week of Kanye West getting suspended from Instagram, Pete Davidson having "Kim" branded on his chest, and Harry Styles' secret TikTok account, we're finding Kendall Jenner's latest fit incredibly relatable.

The model was snapped entering a restaurant, sporting a short grey dress, black boots, sunglasses, the sought-after Balenciaga Le Cagole bag in black, as well as a bottle of tequila in her hand. Of course, the brand of choice is her own, 818.

Lately, Kendall has been pretty minimal on the outfit front, opting for tonal looks, blazers, and suit trousers, playing it safe in comparison to some of her colleagues and friends, such as Bella Hadid or Hailey Bieber. Well, "minimal" and "safe" as in wearing head-to-toe The Row. I guess it becomes affordable when you're the world's highest-paid model.

Kendall's tequila venture has been a hit since its launch, despite facing a lot of backlash initially, and recently also faced a lawsuit from competitor Tequila 512, claiming her branding was stolen from them.

But, its controversies don't seem to have affected its success. The label's Instagram account has amassed nearly 900K followers, with three types of tequila available: Añejo, Reposado, and Blanco.

And clearly, Kendall likes it enough to bring it to any dinner – and conveniently showcase it in front of the handful of paparazzi waiting outside her car, even when it isn't getting dark yet. I guess it's always five o'clock somewhere!

No one does marketing quite like the Kardashian-Jenner's, and if one thing is true, it is that they themselves and their huge followings are their biggest assets. Just ask Kendall's 224 million followers!

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