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Graduation Dresses Under $100 That You Can Wear All Summer

Shopping: Graduation Dresses

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May’s here, school’s out for the summer and we really can’t blame you for feeling celebratory.

Even more exciting: graduation. Maybe you’re peacing out of high school, snagging that hard-earned college degree or simply attending the blessed occasion of a loved one. Regardless, if you’re attending, you’re going to need something to wear: to the ceremony, the dinner after or the party the next day.

Some advice: Before you go and splurge on a fancy dress you’re never going to wear again, give this list a look over.

Not only are these options all under $ 100, you’re going to want to wear ’em all summer long.

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

Topshop Ruffle Minidress, $ 55

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

Free People Monday Stripe Linen Blend Midi Dress, $ 59

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

Amanda Uprichard Sedona Dress, $ 91

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

Rip Curl Floral Print Maxi Dress, $ 70

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

Privacy Please Beldon Dress, $ 96

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

NBD Alyssa Dress, $ 98

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

Madewell Printed Silk Mini Dress, $ 96

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

1. State Off-Shoulder Midi Bodycon Dress, $ 99

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

Bardot Suri Peplum Dress, $ 66

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

Amuse Society Seaside Dress, $ 75

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

J.O.A. Cold Shoulder Lace Dress, $ 49

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

Leith Stretch Knit Midi Dress, $ 42

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

Auguste Boheme Goddess Maxi Dress, $ 99

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

NBD Aemelia Dress, $ 69

Shopping: Grad Dresses Under $  100

BB Dakota Gretel Dress, $ 45

For under $ 100, we’ll take ’em all! 

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