Mom Picks Up Kids From School, But People Say Her Outfit Is ‘Inappropriate’ So She Fires Back

by Emerald Pellot
Emerald Pellot graduated summa cum laude from New York University with a degree in Writing & Popular Culture. She worked as Senior Editor of College Candy for 2 years, covering feminism, popular culture, and college life before joining LittleThings in 2015. Based in New York City, Emerald covers a wide range of topics from human interest pieces to celebrity news.

Bella Vrondos is a mother of three from Sydney. Bella claims that people, including other parents, are critical of how she chooses to dress and have called her ‘inappropriate’.

The model isn’t afraid to wear glamorous body-con dresses or a full face of makeup.  One day, Bella went to pick up her three children from school. When people saw the tight, beige dress she was wearing, she believes she was treated unfairly.

“I posted a photo on social media of me and my kids at school with their awards, and the photo went viral because apparently the way I was dressed wasn’t appropriate for school,” Bella told Caters News. “People were commenting, saying I had my boobs out and I shouldn’t have worn that dress.”

The insults and judgment have only grown worse since Bella got breast implants. Bella came forward with her story because she wants other moms to know there is no wrong or right way to look.

“As soon as I got a breast augmentation I was viewed differently by most of the other mums. Being a mum doesn’t mean you have to give up your whole self-being. I am trying to create awareness about that,” she explains.

People not only bully Bella about her clothing choices, but they also accuse her of being selfish and materialistic.

“Someone said to me that they’d rather spend their money on their children. But just assuming I don’t spend my money on my kids is ridiculous,” she says.

However, Bella doesn’t care much what others think. She loves her kids, and they love her.

“My children love me the way I am. If I was to change my appearance then I wouldn’t be their mum — I wouldn’t be me,” she says. “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.”

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