What to Wear: To a Spring Graduation

May is a month of celebration, from Mother’s Day brunches to Memorial Day backyard barbecues and all of the graduation ceremonies in-between! Two close friends of mine will be graduating next month, along with several other students who are preparing to commemorate a milestone moment in their lives and embark on the journey of a lifetime. I’m sure many of you babes will be celebrating the accomplishments of friends and loved ones, and as The Eduslaytor, I’m here to ensure that you arrive in style! I put together four looks to inspire your own celebratory attire. Take a look at my picks below:

Casual & Chic

What to Wear: To a Spring Graduation


Springtime in Atlanta can go from cool and breezy to sweltering hot real quick. When attending an outdoor graduation, it’s important to keep it chic but remain comfortable. This look is casual with its simple white bodysuit and bright bermuda shorts, but it is dressed up with a structured jacket and a metallic block heel.

Tailored & Timeless

What to Wear: To a Spring Graduation


This look is perfect for the parent of a graduate. Keep it classy and simple with this crisp all-white ensemble that is easy to dress up because you can add pops of color in your accessories, such as this bold turban and trendy handbag.

Girly & Whimsical

What to Wear: To a Spring Graduation


Sheer layers are in season right now. Pair a sheer sleeve top with a tulle skirt to create a look that is pretty and playful. Add floral embroidered accessories for an added feminine touch.

Polished & Glam

What to Wear: To a Spring Graduation


This glamorous look is for the diva who wants to make a statement! The bold hued pencil dress is a modern take on a classic look and is perfect for babes who want to show off their curves, and the soft, blush-toned accessories add a polishing touch to the ensemble.

Will you be attending a graduation this spring or summer, babes?  Shout out the graduate in the comments below!



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