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Photo Essay: Homecoming Lookbook 2015

The good, the better, and the best dressed

Gabby Giesler, Editor in Chief

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They came, the danced, and they wow’d the crowd with their attire.

The students of Skutt Catholic cleaned up quite nicely this past Saturday night. Skyhawk Safari was the theme, and the dresses were wild.

Senior Cora Scoville was among the favorites in her hot-pink dress that several girls are now itching to borrow. Junior Brooklyn Duren stunned in a white dress that brought out her makeup and tanned complexion perfectly. Her date, Ryan Moritz, complimented her beauty by coordinating in coral.

Sophomore Hope Stratman stole the show wearing a non-traditional longer dress, inspired by Little Women. It was very unique and surely among one of the best dresses for the night.

For the guys, bow ties and suspenders made a bold statement. Sophomores Jack Johnson, along with sophomore duke JD Daro, rocked the combination to win best dressed for the male candidates.

All in all, all the sparkles, ironing, buttoning up, and blisters were worth it because the students of Skutt Catholic sure know how to show the fashion police what’s up. Flip through the slideshow above to see more of the best-dressed candidates from homecoming.

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