Best Friends Wear Wedding Dresses On Night’s Out After BOTH Of Their Husbands Were Caught Cheating

Best friends Julie Frug and Sarah Kralowski, both from Illinois and Michigan, both had to go through what most women dread. Cheating husbands.

They thought, what better way to hep each other through their horrific ordeal, than by wearing their wedding dresses together on various nights out, to get over the infidelity.

Julie, 46, who is self employed met her bestie, Sarah, 33, who works as a hairstylist at a hair salon back in 2012 when they were both married.

Heartbreakingly, a few years later, Julie discovered that her husband had cheated on her more than once.

Sarah, being an amazing friend, helped Julie get through the heart break, and then she herself found out her own husband had been unfaithful too just months later.

It was in early 2017 when Julie decided to get a divorce, with Sarah following suit a few months later.

Both of them heartbroken and looking for ways to get over the infidelity… they both turned to their wedding dresses. This wasn’t to sell them but to actually document wearing their beautiful white gowns on nights out, drinking wine, eating fried chicken and playing in the park. As you do!

Julie revealed it had been a struggle to donate her 20-year-old gown, she says the only company willing to take it in repurposes dresses to be used to bury babies who are stillborn.

Of course, she wanted her $800 (£650) dress to be used in the best and happiest way so she encouraged Sarah to do something with her Vera Wang bridal outfit too.

Both ladies couldn’t part with their gorgeous gowns.

At first, they decided to wear the dress’s doing random things in their houses, posing for photos in them of course. This led to them creating their Instagram page, @itsonlyadress where they post photos of themselves wearing their beloved wedding outfits.

Then, things got more exciting when they ventured outside in them.

The besties want women to know…and this includes men also… that you shouldn’t feel ashamed of being divorced or if it didn’t work out.

Sarah explained:

‘Too many people let the fear of being divorced impact their lives, so there’s a veil of shame or a feeling of failure that comes with divorce’

‘Divorce was the best thing to happen to both of us, although it was hard to see in the beginning. Creating new memories with the dresses has helped us both mentally as we can’t put them on without giggling. We rarely think about the first time we wore those dresses because now we laugh at the silly things we’ve done in them.’

‘We have found a lot of happiness after going through hell by finding humour doing funny things in our old wedding dresses, and hope we inspire others with our posts. ‘

She added:

‘We’ve gone out in public wearing the dresses to a local park, and people stared at us and some even left the vicinity.’

‘We want men and women to know that they are not alone in the struggle to get through divorce. Don’t look at it as a failure, instead look at it as a brand new beginning with fun chapters to write in post-divorce lives.’

‘It’s an opportunity to create new memories with things that have bad ones tied to them. ‘The newfound freedom is invigorating. ‘We want to show people that they don’t need to look at things or places connected to their marriage with deep hatred and hurt. You can just change the memory and make it positive or funny.

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