This Woman Was Bullied at a Friend’s Wedding Because of Her Dress
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This Woman Was Bullied at a Friend’s Wedding Because of Her Dress

Weddings can be full of traditions and customs, stress and fuss, dos and don’ts, but at the end of the day, it’s supposed to be about celebrating love with friends and family. Unfortunately, some nasty peeps forget that and we have a prime example of guests gone bad with the tale of a recent wedding attendee that was viciously bullied by other women merely because of her dress. Get ready for some seriously SMH-ness!

Liz Krueger is one fiercely fit lady. Take a quick scroll through her Instagram account and you will be wildly impressed with her toned-tastic bod. She shares her fitness results through pics of herself in workout wear, swimsuits and form-fitting dresses that show off her hard work.

But not everyone likes what they’re seeing.

Recently attending a friend’s wedding in a tight peach, white and beige dress, Liz became the target of bullying at the hand’s of other wedding guests.

“If only I knew that choosing this dress for a wedding on a 90 degree day meant so many women would be outrightly rude to me, and even come up behind me slap my ass as I’m standing alone,” Liz captioned a pic of herself in said dress to Instagram adding, “Just one of maaaaany acts of kindness of the night!”

Liz was able to handle it for the most part. “Good thing for thick skin, being able to laugh at things and not take it personally, and good friends/hubby by my side… #adultsarebullystoo”

Whether or not you think her attire was appropriate or not, I’m sure we can all agree that the BS Mean Girls-style bullying that was directed at Liz was all kinds of WRONG.

Instead of letting this be just another gross case of bullying, Liz has decided to turn the experience around by creating #KruegerKindness. “Anything as simple as a complimenting a women daily, buying them a coffee/lunch, taking the time to speak to someone who’s in a hard place, volunteering with girls who have been bullied, getting to know women deeper than surface level and making a point myself to not judge a book by its cover on a daily basis. A movement for women, by women… Who’s with me!?” *raises hand enthusiastically*

What do you think about the way that Liz was treated? Tweet us @britandco!

(h/t People, photos via Liz Kruger + Getty)