You don’t have to make drastic wardrobe changes just because you are a mother.
Krysta Feth (@krysta_feth) is one parent who doesn’t care what others think about her fashion choices.
Self-titled “crunchy” mom, thought to be from the US. She often posts snaps of herself in tight bikinis and gym clothes, showing off her enviable figure.
“Motherhood didn’t come with a dressing code,” insists the gym fanatic.
“I get lots of comments about why I dress the way I do.
Hitting back at all the meanies, she went on: ”I’m a homeschooling, crunchy, natural momma who’s built my entire existence around my children.
“I’m just incredibly comfortable in myself.”
“I doubt my son ever will think to tell a girl what to wear. He’s got a momma and 3 sisters,” Krysta added.
”Lord knows I’m not for everyone and don’t care to be.”
The mum has thousands upon thousands of followers who love her message. However, there are countless trolls commenting her videos.
They thought Krysta wearing small bikini bottoms was excessive and not ”classy’.
One mom wrote: “Yeah, same here until one day, my son said that it is not comfortable for him to see me with small shots.” [shorts].”
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“That was it for me. He was correct.
One friend thought she was only thirsty for looks and wrote: “The amount you need to be noticed is very, very sad.”
“There’s nothing wrong with a little class,” a third is even better.
Krysta, however, seems to have not been affected by the negative comments. She has pledged to be unapologetically her self this year.
Krysta Harper doesn’t care about what others think of her fashion choices.
The confident mama of twins, however, is not changing her mind and will continue to wear what she likes, even if it’s inappropriate for parents.
In a video, the mom, Harper, responded to the following comment she seems to often get from other moms: “I think it’s inappropriate to wear crop tops, 2-piece sets, or anything revealing once you become a mother!”
Harper faked a look of concern, putting her hands to her chest – then as the beat of the music dropped, she danced.
“We don’t care,” she declared, singing along to the song and remaining firm in her beliefs.
Harper went one step further, clarifying in her caption that Harper was proud of her body. She wrote “#MomBod,” #NoThankYou” and “#PerfectAsWeAre.”