Re: Appropriate Dress To A Wedding And Bullying
She's an attractive woman with a great body. That said, I would consider the dress to be tacky and classless. It's more in the range of clubwear, which means it's not likely to be appropriate for a wedding. Even if the dress had been acceptable on the formality scale for the event, though, she still looks a little mutton-dressed-as-lamb in it. It's definitely designed to be an attention grabbing outfit.
But I also wonder if she's not a bit over-sensitive to the reactions of others. Did someone really pour a drink down her arm on a dare? Why would that even happen? I'm guessing that this was actually a combination of drunk people behaving poorly (spilling, etc.), an over-reaction to perceived slights on her part, and what seems to be a tendency to fuel drama with both her appearance and her online presence. If people were really, verifiably, targeting her for ill-behaved slights over a tacky outfit, perhaps she needs better people in her social circle. But this whole thing feels like social-media drama-seeking to me.
You'll find that many of the truths we cling to depend greatly upon our own point of view. - Obi Wan Kenobi