By Leilani

LifeBuzz Staff

Wedding Guests Said Her Dress Was ‘Inappropriate.’ OUCH At Her Response.

Liz Krueger, a nutrition and fitness coach, was attending a wedding reception for her former college roommate in Minneapolis when she became a target. Other "grown" women shot glares and snide comments at her for what she she was wearing — a body con dress of peach, white, and tan.

The worst part came when Krueger was sipping coffee near the cocktail table. A woman crept up behind her and slapped her on the ass. Krueger later posted a photo of her dress on Instagram and revealed that the woman had also "[proceeded] to spill a full beer down [her] arm."

"It was a dare from [my] friends," the offender told her.

In response to their juvenile efforts, Krueger decided to call her husband to pick her up and make a quiet exit. She didn't want to cause a scene.

Women should band together to promote kindness, not body shaming. And that's exactly what the young fitness guru intends to do. She created a new hashtag, #KruegerKindness, to remind similar bully victims that they are not alone. Scroll below for more details.

Liz Krueger is a nutrition and fitness coach. She and her husband run DK Fitness, where they help others reach their goals "through meal planning and nutritional/supplementation coaching."

"If you've got it, flaunt it" is a general rule we've all heard before. Well, Liz has worked for years for her fit body and is proud of it. Take a peek at her own transformation below.

Liz was attending a wedding reception in Minneapolis when someone came up to her and slapped her derrière. The culprit turned out to be another woman. Her excuse? Her friends dared her to.

All around the room, there were other women glaring and making rude remarks about her attire. She kept her cool and didn't say anything, but when she'd had enough, she called her husband to pick her up and left quietly.

Liz posted a photo of the dress she wore to the reception and created the hashtag #KruegerKindness as a reminder to other targets that they are not alone.

Don't you think it's time for women to help lift each other up, not bring them down? We think Liz has done an amazing job dealing with bullies, but she shouldn't have to. No one should be treated that way. Pass on #KruegerKindness today.

Source: Liz Krueger

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