Everyone should be able to dress in whatever they want.
I mean if someone wants to go out naked, they should be able to do that. I’m not saying going naked is ‘appropriate’ for a wedding. But this woman was certainly not naked. Yes, she was wearing a bodycon dress.
But is it really her fault that her body is amazing and that she looked drop dead gorgeous? You see, a woman went to a wedding wearing a bodycon dress because it was hot as hell. And she looked amazing.
So what was the problem you ask? Well, she got harassed by other wedding guests because apparently, her attire was not at all appropriate.
This is Liz Krueger, a 31-year-old Minnesota fitness instructor and the following is what she wore to a wedding.
Someone spilled a beer down my arm and there was no apology given. Not sure if it was intentional, but it was done. The looks and stares continued after that, and I felt so unwelcome and embarrassed.
Why do so many people act like complete a-holes?
However, she didn’t let this one moment get her down and turned this horrible experience into doing something good for others.
I’m going to actively make it a priority to do good things for other women, every single day from here on out.
If you want to join me in this movement, share your stories on social media with #KruegerKindess and let’s kill all the mean girls with kindness.
I don’t know about you, but I’m certainly going to join in on this hashtag.
And many people were quite supportive.
However, there are haters whenever there is some light on the Internet.
So it is not at all surprising that some people decided to put her down rather than actually support her. UK mommy blogger Constance Hall, however, doesn’t fall in this category.
Looking back on my wedding I am disappointed that I didn’t write on the invitations, ‘Please flaunt it, flaunt your body, whether it be rolls or muscles, skinny, minnies and magnificent curves, tall ones, short ones, round ones straight ones, I want a selection’.
I especially like what you wore to this wedding because it oozes pride and fuck, you should be SOOOOO proud.
Liz then thanked Constance for all the support in a Facebook post.
Thank you to Constance Hall in New Zealand for writing an amazing blog on my Instagram post, for the reasons I…
I am not playing a victim.
I am not attention seeking.
I am not vain.
I am not slutty.
I was not trying to upstage a bride.
I didn’t have an agenda when i put on this dress.
In not trying to name names or call anyone out.
I’m not “a model trying to heighten my career.
What are your thoughts on this? Do you think the dress was inappropriate or was she in the wrong for dressing like that? Comment on below and let us know.