Re: Appropriate Dress To A Wedding And Bullying
I agree that it's not appropriate, but I don't see how ****-shaming women for inappropriate garb is helpful in any way. THAT definitely would be more disruptive to a wedding than wearing the wrong dress. I'm sure the people whose wedding it was probably saw it that way too. Also agree it was possibly a media grab or attempt to drum up business. But at least she's focusing on encouraging others to volunteer or be kind. A lot of social media is focused on the right bikini or similar horses$@%.
Some people don't really understand etiquette. While it's important, it's not something that everybody grew up with. For all we know, she is a self-starter or had a crappy childhood and what-to-wear-to-weddings was further down on her priority list than, say, making a living, paying her bills, helping others live strong, healthy lives and that sort of thing. Personally, I think she looks amazing. She obviously works hard on her body.