It’s hard for me to believe, but by this time next week, I’ll officially be a college grad — woo hoo! Soon enough, high school and college-aged girls from all over the country will be attending commencement ceremonies. If you’re not sure what to wear, whether you’ll be graduating or attending a ceremony, I’m here to help. Here are five cute and stylish outfit ideas for upcoming spring commencement ceremonies:
If you have a girly sense of style, try wearing a spring-appropriate floral dress with on-trend crochet detailing. Add some peep-toe pumps in a bright red hue for a fun pop of color. Then, add some delicate jewelry like pearl earrings and unique gold ring.
The LBD is always a fashionable and classic choice for special occasions, and graduation is no exception. For this look, I chose a LBD with pretty details, and paired it with some Mary-Jane pumps. Some vintage-inspired jewelry gives this outfit a timeless look and finishes off this classically stylish graduation ensemble.
If you’re a fan of bright colors and simple silhouettes, look no further than this commencement ceremony outfit. Wear a gorgeous coral dress and add a structured belt to define your waist. These turquoise drop earrings look amazing against the coral, while some nude heels finish off the streamlined look.
If skirts are more your thing, try pairing a preppy pleated skirt with a lacy top for that perfect mix of trendy and classic. Woven flats are both comfortable and stylish, while an adorable charm bracelet and unique bow-shaped ring complete this polished look.
This chic outfit is a great choice if you’d rather wear pants to graduation. Pair some sleek black trousers with a sophisticated printed top. Some pointed heels elongate the legs, while elegant jewelry makes this look perfect for a commencement ceremony.
Are you graduating this semester? What do you think of these outfits? Which one is your favorite? Be sure to leave a comment and let me know your thoughts!
Also, on behalf of myself and everyone else at CF, congrats to the class of 2011! Good luck in the future and we hope you have an awesome graduation!