Today I am dedicating this post to all the amazing teachers! I’m a teacher, and I know how tough things are right now. It’s a different kind of hard than last year, but still so incredibly challenging and exhausting. We truly DO NOT GET PAID ENOUGH. I don’t care how cliche of a statement that is, it’s the truth. Keep showing the teachers in your life lots of love!
I have been wanting to do another outfit post for a long time now because I really enjoy them! But they’re also super time-consuming. However, now that we are transitioning into Fall weather and I’m starting to pull out my sweaters and booties, I’m getting so excited to dress for warmer weather! Fall fashion is seriously the best. So I decided it was the perfect time to make this post happen.
With all the stressful tasks teachers deal with on any given day, getting dressed should not be one of them! Hopefully you teachers can draw a little inspiration from these outfits as we move into cooler weather. This post will provide twelve outfit ideas using six different bottoms. Essentially I show you how to style a particular piece–like a skirt–two ways!
Although this post was made with teachers in mind, it is definitely not limited to teachers only. My hope is to provide some outfit inspiration to all women from various walks of life.
Bottom #1: White Linen Pants/Joggers
Left: Form fitting top (I love these shirts! I have a few colors) tucked into some white linen cropped pants (that are really summery but work for Fall too!). Pair with a neutral cardigan and flats
Right: Swap for a neutral front-tucked sweater and block heels or booties!
Bottom #2: Black Skinny Jeans
Right: Swap for a knotted leopard top and long cardigan in a Fall color
Item #3: Neutral Dress!
Right: Swap out for booties and a light neutral jacket for a dressier look
Bottom #4: Neutral Wide Leg Pants
Left: Form-fitting ribbed top tucked in with a belt and flats. These wide leg chino pants are super comfy and high waisted! Sold out at Old Navy, but similar here.
Right: Swap out for an oversized sweater (love the buttons on this one) front tucked, plus booties!
Bottom #5: Midi Skirt
Right: Swap out the graphic tee with a loose blouse (front tucked) and black booties
Bottom #6: Black Leggings
Right: Swap out for a long printed sweater and neutral booties
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