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Fashion special: Semi-formal shines

Shira Godin, Style Editor

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March 3 marked the first CESJDS semi-formal, open to all high school and eighth-grade students, and offered students the opportunity to dress up for the night. Junior Leah Winkler chose a bright look that she said matches her personality and desire for comfort. To learn more about her outfit, scroll over the tags below:

 

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  1. Elie Abecassis on March 6th, 2018 1:01 pm

    That bracelet is homemade? No way!

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