Class Reunion Outfits for Midlife Women

I admit it. I skipped my 30-year high school class reunion last summer. I just couldn’t make all the travel fit into our schedule. But at any rate, I have received plenty of requests of late for class reunion outfits so here are some ideas to make you look stylish and chic for your celebration! 🖤🎓

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Class Reunion Outfits for Midlife Women
Old Money Style without the Old Money Price. This sleeveless wrap/shirt dress is a great dress for summer – including your class reunion. Sophisticated and chic! Shop here.
If you prefer pants over a dress, this outfit is for you. The Olive off shoulder top provides a feminine touch while the neutral linen pants are oh-so-chic. Shop here.
This little black dress is my favorite and summer. It is loose fitting around the waist, so it is perfect if you want to be comfortable or if it is hot outside. Shop here.
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This black satin slip dress pairs nicely with a white oversized blazer for a sassy yet sophisticated class reunion outfit. Shop here.
If your reunion is more casual, here is an elevated casual look to make you look effortlessly chic for your class reunion. Shop here.
Everyday elegance / old money style with this beige sleeveless dress. Shop here.

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