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Problems with wearing a dress

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Why bother with a post grad course - waste of time? 17-10-2016
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    I'm Starting uni soon and have brought some dresses to wear. I don't normally wear dresses but feel like I should give them ago.
    Only problem is I feel like my thighs might look too big in them.

    Who else has this problem?!
    How do you get away with wearing a dress without their thighs looking too big ?!

    skater dresses or slightly more flared ones as opposed to bodycon ones
    But either way, it doesn't matter what you wear as long as you feel confident in it - big thighs are just as cute as small ones

    You could wear leggings/jeggings, tights, skinny jeans or something as well depending on what dresses you have. That way no one would look at your thighs or just buy dresses that go down to your knees so your thighs will be covered.

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