Clara turned her head to look at the boy in front of her, smiling at him.
"Thank you. You look pretty good too." She said.
Draco smiled down at her. “You flatter me.” He held out his hand for her. “I’m ready to go if you are. I have a nice set up all ready down by the lake.”
"There isn’t much time left in school for you." He reminded gently, wandering off towards the chocolates aisle. "I still have to go a year without you guys." He said frowning then. "I can’t believe almost all my closest friends are graduating. And I’m good I guess, nothing new really happens to me."
"I know there isn’t. Gosh, thanks for reminding me" he said sarcastically. He couldn’t imagine life without Hogwarts. It had been his home for far to long, and he didn’t want to leave it. "I’m going to miss you man. You’re my best mate. Life is going to be boring without your around everyday."
Clara was wearing tight black jeans with a navy button down, and some nice high heeled boots. Her hair was in a messy bun, and her make up was subtle. She wasn’t nervous for the date, but she wanted to make sure she looked her best for it.
She stood outside the great hall, leaning against the wall and looking distantly down an empty corridor as she waited for Draco.
It had been awhile since Draco had been on an actual date, so he wanted to make sure he looked his best. Though, in his opinion, he always looked good. He put on a pair of black slacks and a grey button up shirt, paired with his black dress shoes. On his way out of the dorms, he checked his hair in the mirror, before rushing upstairs to meet Clara. When he saw her, he went up to her, a smile on his face. “Well don’t you look stunning.”
Matt nodded, looking around too. Maybe he could find something for Arielle while he was here. “So aside from your lack of luck in the relationship department, how are things with you? Feels like we haven’t spent time together in forever.”
Draco walked into Honeydukes and started looking around for his favorite treats. “Well I’ve been pretty good. I’ve been really focused on my studies, which makes me sound like a nerd, but oh well.” He frowned. “It has been awhile since we’ve hung out. We should do it more often. Especially with the fact that there isn’t much time left in school. How about you? How have you been?”