Introducing the #TeachStyle Series

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As most of you know, I am not only a blogger but also a full-time high school teacher. When I was in middle school, I knew that I wanted to become a teacher to share my love for education and interest in the world. But my first love has always been fashion. I love finding new trends and taking pieces for it to fit my personal style. And when I finally walked into my classroom about a year ago, I knew that my personal style had to slightly change to show that I was no longer a college student, but an educator with a dire love for fashion.

Many people believe that female teachers are subject to only wearing khaki pants and knee-length dresses. But I am here to share with you that, that notion is completely untrue. I have been able to take my everyday personal style and bring it into the classroom and have it be an appropriate dress for teaching high school aged students.

I’ve been asked for tips from a variety of teachers who I have come in contact with through this blog and my social media channels, and because of their interest in “teacher dress”, I am introducing a new series to my blog called – #TeachStyle.

This series will have post that will fall on Monday with the #TeachStyle tag. And it will showcase outfits that are fit for the classroom, and I will throw in a teacher tip or two from what I have learned recently – whether it be in my own classroom or just things I have learned from what is going on in the world.

I want to tie my two professional loves together and make it something that people can relate to.

So welcome to my new series – #TeachStyle. A series that will teach you style fit for a teacher.

SHOP THE POST:

Top – c/o Boohoo | Vest – Anthropologie (similar) | Pants – c/o Boohoo | Shoes – Sam Edelman (Nordstrom) | Necklace – c/o SugarFix by BaubleBar

{{Photos by Stephanie Vasilidias}}

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