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    (Original post by elliecandlin)
    I could do, thank you! i try to avoid anything short really as I have fairly muscular and not very girly legs so anything short just looks weird? haha but that's such a great idea to look at some fashion bloggers x

    I have muscular legs as well and the skin of my legs are much worse than that of anywhere else in my body which is hereditary I guess. I did too much exercise when I was a teen.

    Anyway don't worry, trunky toned legs look athletic but I'm going to try pilates this summer and I hope it'll help.
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    (Original post by lraul)
    I have muscular legs as well and the skin of my legs are much worse than that of anywhere else in my body which is hereditary I guess. I did too much exercise when I was a teen.

    Anyway don't worry, trunky toned legs look athletic but I'm going to try pilates this summer and I hope it'll help.
    I live in the gym which probably isn't helping the situation! Haha I love Pilates, you'll see a change in literally two sessions, it's so worth it!


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    I often do, and don't have a problem getting in to clubs. But I am generally a bit of a scruffbag. But then again, you are free to do whatever you want
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    that is sooo acceptable. I'd try a skirt or dress but black skinnies are so like..."hey, just got off work, time for happy hour and a meet-up with my boo, heyheyhey!" so it's nice. I'd normally add a very bold bright colour like a hot pink or blue, and def adorn with jewellery like silver or gold earrings/rings/bangles In fashion black goes with everything and every occasion.
    Most of time my sister prefer to wear silver or gold earrings....!!!!!
 
 
 

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