This Woman Was Bullied Over A Dress She Wore To A Wedding

Schools have dress codes. Workplaces have dress codes. So, what about weddings? Well, that all depends on the individual situations. Some weddings are casual, some are high society black tie events. Choosing what to wear to a wedding has somehow managed to cause quite a bit of controversy over the years. In fact, there are even rules about what you can never, ever wear to a wedding! (A white dress, seriously. Golden rule: don’t ever wear a white dress to a wedding!)

Now let’s talk about Liz Krueger. She’s a 32-year old fitness instructor. With a job like that it’s safe to assume she works very hard to stay in shape and takes a lot of pride in the efforts that pay off from all that hard work. I mean, if I worked out all the time and taught people how to have better bodies I would probably also not wear as many t-shirts as I do right now and enjoy the fun that comes with a fit body, wouldn’t you?


Liz likes to show off her hard work with an impressive closet of nice clothes that accentuate her hard work, not hide it. In fact, Liz says herself that there is never a dull moment in her closet.


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So when Liz was invited as the date to a guest to a wedding she didn’t hesitate to enjoy the opportunity to dress her best.

Unfortunately, that’s where this otherwise positive story takes a turn for the worst. Liz may be proud of her body and enjoy dressing to impress but it turns out not all the other guests at the party appreciated her confidence and they took the opportunity to try and humiliate her for her choice.

The Dress

According to Liz, as captioned on her Instagram the events unfolded as such:

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. As quote ‘it was a dare from her friends, bc I was a target.’ And then proceed to spill a full beer down my arm. Just one of maaaaany acts of kindness of the night! Yup. That happened. Good thing for thick skin, being able to laugh at things and not take it personally, and good friends/hubby by my side.

Wow, did we read that right? A woman “slapped her ass” and another spilled beer on her?! That doesn’t sound like a group of mature adults to me.

And don’t get too excited about how appropriate or not you think this dress is to wear to a wedding. Liz says that she did not wear the dress to the church ceremony and that other guests dressed in a wide variety of attire, including some in jeans and t-shirts.

Speaking to US Weekly regarding the fiasco and storm on the Internet, Liz said:

It wasn’t like I was attending a black tie affair in this dress, I have pretty good common sense in that way!

So, how did Liz fight back? Keep reading to find out! You may not believe the turn of events.

When Liz Krueger had beer poured on her and her “ass smacked” just for the dress she wore as a guest to a wedding she had a variety of options for retaliation. She could have mixed mean words with the bullies and she could have stepped out of her heels and raised her fists but she did no such things.

Instead, Liz took her experience and created a positive movement.


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#KruegerKindness is a simple movement, it’s all about encouraging each other as women no matter what we are wearing.

Liz said on Instagram:

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 #KruegerKindness and let’s kill all the mean girls with kindness.

Sounds great, right? I think so. Wondering how the response from the public has been? Liz can elaborate:

People have been saying, ‘I’m in!’ and ‘I love this!

As expected, not everyone is “on board,” and the Internet has no shortage of negative-Nancy’s.

Dresses inappropriately for wedding in attention-seeking clubwear, creates online “kindness movement” named after herself.🤔 #KruegerKindness

— julie s. (@julee07)
July 6, 2016
Narcissist dresses inappropriately at a wedding, calls the consequence of her thoughtlessness shaming #kruegerkindness #ego #narcissist

— Ahh Ohhhhhhhh (@phoebelu)
July 7, 2016

Luckily, the Internet is overwhelming with support for Liz and her movement to end body shaming.

So, what is the final verdict? Liz says that she would be comfortable wearing this dress to another wedding reception, but only if she knows more about the other guests attending. She says:

This wedding I accompanied a friend to, so I didn’t know any of the guests personally. I’ve been to so many weddings in my adult life and worn so many different styles of dresses.

Well, we hope to see a lot of positivity come out of her movement… but we’re also eager to hear your take! What do you think about Liz’s scandalous dress and the subsequent movement of kindness? Let us know!

Weddings should be all about the bride and groom, instead of focusing on what the guests are wearing. One newlywed couple decided they would do something special that would really make people pay attention. They left this wedding gift unopened for 9 whole years, but there was a reason for it! Check it out to find out why.


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