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    What did you ladies wear to your SO's Graduation? I really want to wear something nice but Db is at Benning and the weather in GA is so unpredictable. His graduation is in October and I am going to be the one putting on his chord so I wanted to look really nice.
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    Yes it is unpredictable. lol I hate living here.
    I don't know when your going to be here, but the closer it gets to september, usually the weather starts to get better.
    I didn't go to db's graduation at benning.
    Hope you get it figured out



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    I went to my DB's graduation in October last year. I wore this:



    It chose to be kinda hot that day but I wasn't too too uncomfortable. The next day it was pretty cold. And I was wearing short sleeves.

    I wish I hadn't worn that white top or something cause it makes me look fat! Oh well. Pink cami, white button down, grey slacks and heels.

    After the ceremony, we went back to the barracks to get his things (he was able to spend the night with me and his family in the chalet (sp) the got) and I remember there was a slope or whatever and I had to get on his back to get down cause I was in heels and it was just dry enough to not be considered mud. Glad he didn't get yelled at or anything.

    Hope this was of some help.

    Oh yeah, he wore his ACUs for some reason instead of Class As. Dunno why. But he had to change into that after the ceremony. He only put on the coat for the pics.
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    I wore something some what similar to above my post. Just something between a little dressie and casual
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    Yeah, there were a few ladies in dresses. Some even in jeans and nice top. Skirts. Whatever you want. No one will really care what you're wearing. They just wanna see their loved one! I would suggest being comfortable.
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    aw i like that picture what a happy moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinJenny View Post
    aw i like that picture what a happy moment.
    Thanks. It was.
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    I wore a blue sundress and froze. Then of course the sun came out right after the ceremony was over. Texas weather...
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    I wore a strapless sundress but it was at the end of July and pretty hot. By October the weather here usually calms down...or at least it stops raining so much. It should be around middle 70's ...unless something is unusual. A nice skirt and blouse would be good but people wear all kinds of stuff.




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