Kim Kardashian is being criticized for wearing a miniskirt to church for Easter services on Sunday morning, with some fans saying that her attire was inappropriate.
Kardashian attended a Los Angeles-based church with her family wearing a cream colored pleated mini skirt, and while some fans appreciated her choice of clothing, others deemed the look too risqué for church.
The reality TV personality took to Twitter before the church service to update fans on the day's events.
"Happy Easter! Up early today, heading to church with the family, then brunch. Can't wait to see my grandma MJ!" Kardashian tweeted.
Hundreds of fans immediately took to Twitter after photos of Kardashian's outfit surfaced online and described her appearance as "racy."
The controversy comes almost three months after Kardashian, 31, announced that she would be embracing her faith amid ongoing media backlash surrounding her divorce from Kris Humphries.
"I want to start a bible study group with my friends!" Kadashian had previously posted on her Twitter page.
Kardashian filed for divorce from the NBA star in October just 72-days into their marriage, and although she insisted that she married for love, many critics, including Humphries himself, have since accused the Kardashian family of staging the wedding for financial gain, according to The New York Post.
Humphries, 27, is reportedly so outraged about the wedding "hoax" that he is contesting the divorce filing and is now attempting to instead have an annulment granted on the grounds of fraud. He also has demanded a "public apology," and an admission that their marriage was a sham.
"Kris wants Kim to admit to fraud, to admit the whole thing was staged for publicity, to make a public apology to him because he really wanted a marriage," a source told The New York Post.
Kardashian is said to be nervous about Humphries' request for an annulment because it would void their prenuptial agreement, which allegedly requires him to maintain privacy about the couple's marriage.
She has also reportedly offered Humphries a $7 million divorce settlement to "shut up and go away," which he recently rejected.