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Welcome to the final installment of the Grad Series! I've been hinting a few of these shots in my previous Grad Series posts, but today I'm here to share the rest of the images from my graduation photoshoot! Taking these photos - shot by my talented friend, Jinwoo - was actually weirdly more sentimental than I expected. It was the first time I felt a pang of reality about graduating - holding my cap and wearing my stole meant more to me than I thought. We took the photos outside Healy Hall on Georgetown's campus.

To start off, I have to unfortunately admit that I don't have a link for my actual outfit. This gorgeous two-piece set was a great find at a local boutique, and I've searched the internet with no luck finding anything super similar. However, I found a lot of great white pieces from Topshop that you could use to channel a similar look, including this statement white skirt with crochet detailing and this simple white tee with the perfect trim at the sleeves to accentuate the skirt's boldness. While the sequins on my set are a little more glam, the mesh trim was what really did me in, and also kept me looking less snow globe and more chic. On my feet, I kept it comfy but cute with some wedges by Crown Vintage, which they now make in a suede version here!

It wouldn't be a Georgetown photoshoot without a photobomb from GU's mascot, Jack the Bulldog

For some of my photos, I knew I wanted to wear this cardigan, which belonged to my dad when he graduated from Georgetown in 1982. The G is his varsity letter from years on the football and baseball teams - the sweater even has his name written in the label! It's a piece that's really special to me, so I was lucky to get some nice photos in it before my time on the hilltop came to an end.

Hope you guys enjoyed checking out these photos! Time to switch gears from the Grad Series and move on to what's next!

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