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    So I'm going to Bristol in september and from my home time, when people go out they dress up nice and fancy like, sometimes I can't be bothered and other times it's nice. So I was wondering what to people generally wear to the student clubs? Thanks!
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    Bristol in general tends to have a more casual clubbing scene - more trainers and windbreakers than high-heels and dresses. There are obviously some places which will have fancy dress codes or whatever but especially the better ones tend to be less uptight than **** hometown clubs.
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    It's more casual for sure.
    No-one really wears heels or dresses - for one the hills will kill you lol.
    Most guys wear jeans/shirt, and similar variation for girls with nice tops etc. Lot of crop tops and weird 'hipster' outfits.
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    (Original post by PaigeTaylor)
    So I'm going to Bristol in september and from my home time, when people go out they dress up nice and fancy like, sometimes I can't be bothered and other times it's nice. So I was wondering what to people generally wear to the student clubs? Thanks!
    Bikinis are in fashion there
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    Something that's well covered - not wearing much sends the wrong message and you're bound to get creeps

    I'd rather not hear about the girl that got discovered in a ditch in Bristol for attracting weirdos
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    Nothing. :teehee:
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    (Original post by Lucarious30)
    Something that's well covered - not wearing much sends the wrong message and you're bound to get creeps

    I'd rather not hear about the girl that got discovered in a ditch in Bristol for attracting weirdos
    I'd rather not be that girl!!
 
 
 
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