What should I wear?

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  1. Ms.Holyoke

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    My students from my student teaching are graduating from 8th grade tomorrow so they are having a small ceremony. I'm not sure where it will be (probably the auditorium) or what to wear! I wasn't planning on going but a student had asked me to. I was thinking of wearing a sundress but it has spaghetti straps and I already look young! I was also thinking of wearing a black skirt and a blouse. Ideas?
     
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    I think any dress outfit would be fine, as long as you cover the spaghetti straps with a light jacket.
    Everyone will be focused on the students, anyways.
    Have fun! I recently graduated my 8th graders who had been with me for five years. It was bittersweet.
     
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    I think I'll go with the black skirt and blouse! The sundress is a bit casual and I don't feel like wearing a sweater in this weather. I really don't have any "nice" dresses I can wear. I just hope it won't be too dressy as my school is super casual! I hope the kids and teachers will dress up!
     
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  5. LouiseB

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    I think what you plan to wear is just fine. If it seems too dressy, well, it shows the kids how important it was to you.
     
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