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Get dressed for Leaving Certificate results night

Get dressed for Leaving Certificate results night

Wed, Aug 13, 2014, 01:00

The Leaving Certificate results night is long built-up yet seldom remembered. Former students, take it from me: the night will blur into a sea of insincere squeals with easily forgotten classmates and inappropriately hugging that one teacher who always pops up in the pub when you’re trying to enjoy a sneaky pint.

Never mind that. For this one night, you’re on the cusp between teenager and adult, between present and future, between independence and begging a parent to do your laundry.

It’s all ahead of you. You could go anywhere. It makes sense to dress accordingly. Everything here is available now, on the high street, at affordable prices. Eye-catching patterns are show-offs without being high-maintenance, and low heels will bring a girl from the bar to the beach very easily – because who knows where the future will bring you?

Penneys dress, €16. Earrings, €14.99 from Folkster. Top, €25.95 from Zara. Snake print sandals, €55 from Topshop

 

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