Is this dress too short for a wedding?
A debate has surfaced online after The Breeze Waikato, a radio station in New Zealand, posted a photo of the woman wearing a short dress to its Facebook page.
“Can we get some advice from you please?” the photos caption read. “A friend wore this dress to a wedding this weekend and got targeted big time. She says she got treated rudely by other women at the wedding who saw her as a target for wearing this dress.”
Apparently the woman sporting the outfit was subjected to bullying by fellow guests.
“A woman came up behind her and slapped her on the bum and said it was a dare from a group of other women who were watching and snickering,” the caption continued “Someone else seemingly purposely spilt a beer on her. She’s amazed that grown women could be so immature and such bullies. OK, but wait. She wants to know — did she bring ANY of this on herself by wearing this dress to a wedding? Your thoughts?”
Blogger Constance Hall took to social media to defend the woman’s outfit choice.
“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, skinnyminnies and magnificent curves, tall ones, short ones, round ones straight ones, I want a selection. Id like to see them all flaunted."