Trinity Ball


Last Friday (4th April) was my final day as a second year in university. Where on earth did that year go!? Of course I still have exams, in three weeks to be precise Wwish me luck, Eeeek!!) but it was the official end to lectures for the college year. It is tradition that every year, on the last day of term, the Trinity Ball takes place. However even though it is called a ball it isn’t your typical long gown kind of event. Boys must dust down their tuxes for the evening but most girls wear more of a cocktail style dress. I would describe the event as a formal nighttime festival if you can imagine what that might look like ! The guys are lucky because as I said they must wear a black suit but it can be a little more difficult for us girls to try and find the right balance between your debs style dress and your daytime summer dress. I searched online for quite a bit before I narrowed my decision down to this dress and one other. In the end I opted for this Asos dress because as I mentioned in my previous posts I am a sucker for a stand out pattern. And, seeing as we are now into the brighter Spring days I also wanted to add a bit of colour to my outfit. I am delighted that I chose this dress as I know I will get lots of wear out of it in the coming months too! What do you guys think of the look ? That’s all for today.

Talk soon

Xx Elle

Dress Asos

Sandals KG (old) 

Ear cuff Topshop 

Midi rings Topshop 

22 thoughts on “Trinity Ball

  1. Such a cute dress! Love just everything about it! 🙂

    By the way, the shape of your eyes is very beautiful and the lashes are incredibly long! 🙂

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