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April 27, 2012  | by: Emily Longeretta

The "Glee" cast for Fashion's Night Out. Photo: Courtesy of VOGUE/Norman Jean Roy

With the goodbyes starting on Glee (and the tears starting), students everywhere are reminded that graduation is on the rise. However, young men and women graduating from high school, college, or graduate school still aren’t wearing the appropriate apparel. So, I’m here to give you a few DOs and DON’Ts when it comes to fashion for the big day, inspired by my favorite McKinley High students.

Girls: For graduation, keep it simple. You can go with prints and mixing of colors in your dress or skirt with your shoes. But don’t go crazy– like white tights, argyle and nude flats. It just doesn’t work! See how Rachel Berry (played by the gorgeous Lea Michele) rocks… and hits rock bottom.

Do this:

Not this:

Guys: When it comes to graduation, I know you don’t want to take off those hoodies and blue jeans. But trust that when you’re older, looking back at your graduation day, you won’t want to look like Justin Beiber (no offense, Beibs!). It might have worked for this JB episode of Glee but not for graduation day. See below.

Do this:

Not this:

See, you can learn much more from Glee than just singing.

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