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    I’m quite lanky ...(thin and tall) in my view this isn’t attractive - AT ALL. So ..I’m going clubbing next week and I was wondering what I could wear to maybe hide it a little ??
    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!xox
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    I’m quite lanky ...(thin and tall) in my view this isn’t attractive - AT ALL. So ..I’m going clubbing next week and I was wondering what I could wear to maybe hide it a little ??
    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!xox
    You don't really have to hide anything if you are thin and tall. Tall is attractive. Thin, well it depends if you mean that as in skinny or toned. If toned then that is very appreciated. If skinny then focus on gaining a little more weight and then toning it through various exercises.

    What to wear, hmmm...... You can wear anything. However if you want to hide the fact that you are slightly more thin than you would like, wear a two piece outfit with a cover. That being either a small jacket (wouldn't recommend in a club, too hot), a lace top, or a shrug
 
 
 
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