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    I'm going clubbing for the first time tomorrow and I've bought sort an off the shoulder black dress. Its quite low cut and my arms are out, so I was wondering should I wear tights with it and boots? or brave it in heels? Im worried if i brave it in heels im going to look slutty/freeze but it looks better so
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    (Original post by katie2828)
    I'm going clubbing for the first time tomorrow and I've bought sort an off the shoulder black dress. Its quite low cut and my arms are out, so I was wondering should I wear tights with it and boots? or brave it in heels? Im worried if i brave it in heels im going to look slutty/freeze but it looks better so
    Boxing day clubbing is always dead, so it won't matter what you wear. Just a few drunk guys on the pull.
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    People go clubbing on Boxing Day? Why not wait until New Year's Eve when there will be people out? Dead clubs are really boring.

    But to the outfit, go with the boots if they look good. But I'm someone who choose to be warm and comfortable over looks so my advice may not be the best...


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