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    Hi ! I was wondering about that, since I'm not from the UK and I don't want to overdress, or look too casual, you know?

    I really like dresses and high heels and dressing pretty, wouldn't that be a little bit too much ? I don't want to be the only one looking really fancy that'd be weird.

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    Honestly, people wear a mixture of casual and 'fancy' that you can wear pretty much whatever you want. Some girls will go the whole hog and wear dresses with heels, but a majority of girls will also stick to the jeans and trainers, but perhaps with a nice crop top to finish the look. You can even do both and wear a dress and trainers - that's my go to outfit!
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    Once you get there you'll be able to see what other people are wearing and just change what you're wearing later in the day if you want to when you go out clubbing or whatever. You'll be able to ask other people what they'll be wearing later too, so just be sure to bring different choices with you.
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    Thanks. I read online that we shouldn't buy expensive clothes because there's a big chance they'll get ruined ( drinks spilled etc) is that true ?
    Cause I don't really want to be wearing cheap stretchy bodycon dresses the whole week lol but I don't want to buy dresses that are 30 + and get them ruined .
 
 
 
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