What I love about this dress is that it takes the stereotypical white dress (I find that a lot of people wear plain white dresses for graduation) and mixes it with a unique floral design for spring/summer. I love the simple vibe that it gives off. I would wear this with a nude block heel. I find that block heels are much more comfortable to wear, versus a pointy, thin heel, and trust me, your feet will thank you later.
Buy the Dress: https://www.twosistersthelabel.com/collections/dresses/products/lorene-dress (the site also has similar dresses like this if you can't find your size)
Nude Block Heel: https://www.stevemadden.com/product/CARRSON/229265.uts?selectedColor=TAUPE-SUEDE
I love how natural this look is, but at the same time, it includes a beautiful nude eye. You can create this look by doing your regular face routine, and start off with an eye primer to prep your eyes. Then, add a cream like eyeshadow and top it with a more bronzy, pink shadow. Create a v-shape with a light brown and transition it to the bottom of your lid. Add a small winged eyeliner, some natural lashes (you can add mascara or do false eyelashes), highlight, contour, and add some blush, and do a pink nude lip.
BUY THE EYESHADOWS:
Cream Shadow: https://colourpop.com/products/let-me-explain
Bronzy Shadow: https://colourpop.com/products/copper-eyeshadow-sequin#
Light Brown Shadow: https://colourpop.com/products/melrose
Brush out your hair so that you don't have any tangles. Separate your hair from the middle and create two french braids and connect them to the back of your head and secure it with a small, elastic hairband. Secure the excess hair and braid that as well, wrapping it around the hairband and pinning it so that it is not too noticeable. You don't have to create the third braid. You can also just wrap the access hair itself around the hairband.
I hope you guys enjoyed this post, and I also hope that you guys have an amazing graduation! Kisses to my neonators!