Cambridge University students smiled and posed for pictures to show off their eclectic fancy-dress outfits to celebrate the end of their exams with their first May Ball for three years.
Hundreds of young men and women soaked up the sunshine as they headed away from the party at King’s College on Thursday morning – with some donning cheeky clothing choices.
The bash, which was dubbed ‘the Antidote to the May Balls’ had the theme of Metamorphosis and bragged about being ‘known for doing things differently’.
Students dressed up in their best fancy dress outfits, with one even completely transforming into Maleficent while others kept things simple as mermaids and fairies.
Guests paid at least £125 for the ticket to Wednesday’s event, and were promised ‘a dreamlike paradise’ upon entry at 9pm.
Students downed cans of water in an attempt to recover from the long night of partying before. They donned eclectic outfits to fit in with the Metamorphosis theme