Graduation is here and we know you just can’t wait to wear your ever-so-stylish cap and gown. But what do you wear under it? Whether you are indoors, outside, or virtual we’ve got you covered with plenty of outfit inspo!
Keep the weather in your area in mind but for an outdoor ceremony in the summer we recommend a light and flowy dress. Not only will this be super comfortable under your gown but it will also look beautiful for pictures after!
A summer trouser and fitted shirt is the perfect choice for under your gown. If you are feeling fancy, add a light blazer. Try out a pair of loafers and to keep cool, ditch the socks for a trendy look.
A feminine dress or a boss babe power suit is the perfect outfit for your indoor grad ceremony. Not only will you feel and look your best, you’ll be ready to head straight to a celebratory dinner without missing a beat. If you have a color requirement such as white, try something eyelet.
Keep formal in a classic fitted suit! Pair it with a fun skinny tie, coordinating socks, and a leather dress shoe. You can’t go wrong with this classic look that will be perfect for future events as well.
You worked hard for this moment! Don’t let virtual graduation keep you from looking and feeling your best on your big day! Opt for a mid-length floral dress or a swing dress. Either option will look great and be comfortable for a day at home. But hey, if you want to ditch the dress and keep it quarantine casual throw on your favorite top with pajama pants to keep it comfy!
No need to sit at home in a tie but that doesnt mean you can’t look center stage ready! Put on your most comfortable dress shirt and a nice pair of dress pants. We love Bonobos dress pants because they look formal but have a ton of stretch making them super comfortable for a day at home.
High School Graduation
Now is the perfect time to get fitted for a suit that can take you through college, internship interviews, and any formal events. Pick a classic navy or gray and opt for a slim fit style for that ultra-tailored look.
What type of graduation are you having? Will you be going sweatpants at home or business formal?