Looking the Part

By Adithy Hassan

“The number 1 rule of fashion: wear what you want to wear.”

When award ceremony time rolls around, I usually end up with a floor full of clothes. I always find myself stressing about overdressing (if there’s such a thing) or underdressing. So for anyone out there caught in the same pickle, I’m here to fight your way out, so you can pair your confidence and achievements with a great outfit proving that you can truly accomplish anything.

1. Outfit: Formal, yet semi-casual is the way to go. Personally, I would opt for a casual dress or a skirt with a chic blouse. Since it’s still pretty chilly at school, a trench coat is the perfect accessory to layer over your outfit.

2. Hair: Since I always talk about experimenting during most events, it’s time to do what you want. In the past few weeks, I’ve definitely seen an increase in the number of ballerina buns around school since you can mess them up a bit by teasing your hair and adding volume on casual days, or tightly pinning your hair back with a donut if you’re looking for a more sophisticated and clean look.

3. Shoes: Heels are usually what people tend to wear at events like this one, but one way to dress an outfit down is by adding a pair of your favorite sneakers. Or better yet if you desire that added height opt for a sneak-wedge which should be a must-have since they’re absolutely gorgeous and functional at the same time.

Congratulations to everyone regardless of whether you got a dog tag or not! I’m so proud of each and every one of you(: Till next week, XOXO Adithy.

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