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It’s probably early to start talking about the upcoming college graduation, yet it’s never too soon to talk graduation dresses. If you – just like us, by the way – are a lifelong member of the club “I Don’t Have Anything To Wear”, this article will come in handy. After hours of meticulous research and endless drools over beautiful online shopping websites, we made up our minds. Here’s our pick of the most refined and uncommon graduation dresses to make everybody wonder who’s your personal shopper. Enjoy!
Judith Dress – Reformation
Reformation is the place to go for anything from easy Spring dresses to bridal outfits. No wonder that you can find the perfect graduation dress, too! We absolutely top-rate the Judith Dress: the frontal cut together with the ruffled sleeves and floral print is chic and adorable. Just like you on your graduation day.
Nicola Dress – Reformation
You are not a flower frenzy kind of girl? No worries, Reformation has got you. If you’re looking for soft shapes and pastel colors, The Nicola Dress is what you need. Silky fabric and blush-pink color perfectly blend in together to create the ultimate, refined graduation dress.
Minkus Tuxedo Dress – Kitri
Kitri’s Minkus Tuxedo Dress is the spot-on alternative for those stuck in the limbo of a suit and a dress. Bold, edgy and elegant, this dress will bring out your “feisty businesswoman” side. Match it with knee-high boots or heeled sandals for best results.
The Teale – Réalisation Par
Paste colors and 20s-style cuts are a must-have in this Spring’s closet, and Réalisation Par has always known. The Teale dress in lavender is one of our favorite among graduation dresses. Its slightly puffed shoulders and soft fit add just that right touch of cuteness you want on your graduation day. Ten-out-of-ten would buy right away.
The Alexandra – Réalisation Par
We’ve seen plenty of polka dot dresses this past season, but none of them struck us quite like the Alexandra dress by Réalisation Par. We are obsessing over its baby blue shade, which is enhanced by the pleated borders around the neck and the skirt. The envelope dress is a classic, that’s true, but the color of this one really isn’t! Wear it to your graduation and get ready to hear “Where did you get that???” at least 10 times.
Crepe Blazer & Matching Pants – Zara
Hail Zara once and for all for its incredibly shaped suits. Since statement suits are one of the hottest trends of 2019, show off your fashionista side at graduation. With this bright red blazer and pants by Zara, you’ll be sure to turn heads – especially because nobody else will be dressed as well as you.
Semi-Sheer Ruffled Dress – Zara
We foresaw that some of you out there wouldn’t be able to let black clothes in the closet, so here’s one for you. The semi-sheer ruffled dress by Zara is a great choice if you want something original, but don’t wanna dare with colors. The details on the front as well as the double-veiled nature of the skirt make this dress look heavenly graceful. And it’s top-ranked in our favorite graduation dresses list.
Yvette Dress – Rouje
Rouje is yet another fashion boutique destination for quality clothing at an honest price. It’s an online boutique that we are crazy about, and even if sometimes items are a bit pricey – not overpriced, though – they are totally worth it. Fortunately, this translates also into “it’s very unlikely that you’ll see someone wearing the same dress as you”. Among its various 50s-inspired pieces that could work as graduation dresses, we picked the Yvette Dress. It’s the fun version of the previous Zara dress, really, and the little cherries printed on the navy blue background add that extra happy vibe you were looking for. And it works perfectly both during the day and the evening!
Have you decided which one among our graduation dresses to buy yet? Let us know in the comments below!
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