Halter neck jumpsuit for University Graduation Ceremony

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I'm graduating! After five years of titanic efforts, sleepless nights and crying A LOT due to frustration and tiredness, I can't believe that I'm finishing this thing off and finally moving on. Well. Sort of. Let me explain a bit. The Architecture degree has 5 obligatory courses in Spain. On the contrary that other European countries, where you can achieve different qualification degrees depending on how many years you spend studying architecture/design engineering (two courses, or three years plus two more for the Master's degree), not in Spain. You are supposed to finish your 5 course diploma, or you're NOTHING (you can't possibly leave once you're at third year and get a basic diploma).

Five courses which aren't what we would call easy, and which aren't actually translated into a course per year. Then, once you finish your 5 year diploma, you are expected to take a 1 year Master degree, in which once you finish, you are able to sign your own projects and designs as head architect (which many of us will take, as it's almost the only way with architecture around here). So, what's all the fuss around the Erasmus year, and graduating and so on? Well, I didn't actually finish my fifth course and although I'm leaving to do just a couple of subjects left in Italy, I will be graduating anyway this coming September along with my friends and coursemates. Which leads to... Graduation ceremony outfits!

In Spanish universities, it is quite typical to held a diploma ceremony with the director of the Faculty or School you attend to, some professors and teachers, your family and friends. We don't usually wear robes nor caps, instead, we are put a sort of sash with the year of entrance and graduation, and our School's crest around our shoulders. I think it's pretty close to a prom ceremony, but without the robes and caps. After receiving our sashes and diplomas, we then go to take lots of pictures with our relatives and then, head to have dinner and party all night long! So, we ought to look our best in our graduation dresses and outfits, as we will not only be called one by one to the stage but also, get photographed zillions of times on that evening. So, today I'm partnering up with the team of Lightinthebox to show you my take on a graduation/prom outfit approach with a chic twist.

I think going for a jumpsuit is a great and super astonishing option for a graduation ceremony. Is as valid as any other but, I assure you not many are brave enough to go for the different! I'm seriously considering wearing this white V-neck halter jumpsuit on my graduation day. I find it perfect as it's comfortable, light and a bit playful, I must admit! I particularly liked the fabric and color from this one at Lightinthebox, as the fabric falls heavily to the floor and surprisingly isn't see-through!

So, what's your ideal graduation ceremony outfit?

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I was wearing:

Michael Kors orange wedges

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“This blog post was sponsored by Lightinthebox

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Hi! I'm Amanda, from Valencia (Spain).

I like all things vintage and classy. I study Architecture and I'm an epée fencer.



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