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This mother was shamed online by other moms for the outfit she wore when picking up her kids from school.

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Bella Vrondos is a model and mom of three who has over 19,000 followers on her Instagram page @bellatrixia.  She regularly posts about her everyday life and on photoshoots. Being a model, fashion is a very big part of her identity and Vrondos is not afraid of tight clothing and makeup! She even owns a fashion boutique and designs lingerie!

However, Bella was recently “mom-shamed” after she wore a tight, beige dress that showed off her cleavage to pick up her kids from school. Other parents said the outfit was highly inappropriate for a school pick-up. Some even wrote comments such as  “shouldn’t have worn that dress” and she should “cover her boobs.” 

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Bella felt embarrassed and said ever since she had plastic surgery (breast implants) the other mothers have been very judgement towards her. She said : “As soon as I got a breast augmentation I was viewed differently by most of the other mums.”

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Other mothers are even making rude assomptions about how Bella spends her money : “Someone said to me that they’d rather spend their money on their children.” Bella is trying to raise awareness that being a mother doesn’t mean giving up on yourself. 

She is also reassuring everybody that she loves her children dearly: “But just assuming I don’t spend my money on my kids is ridiculous,” said the mother of three. 

“My kids think that I am the best person on the planet; they look at all the other mums and they wonder why they’re not like me.” said Bella. 

Instagram | @bellatrixia

We teach our kids that bullying is wrong and that includes cyber-bullying, so why are moms doing it on social media? We should lead by example!

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 What do you personally think of Bella’s outfit?  Do you think there should be a “dress-code” for school pick-ups? 

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