This post: Professional outfits for teachers that won’t break the bank.
This school year just might feel normal, am I right?
Fingers crossed, of course!
If you’re a teacher, then you’re probably heading back to class in a few weeks (goodbye, Zoom!). And of course that means you’ll need an amazing wardrobe to carry you through the new school year.
I’ve got some stylish teacher outfit ideas for you today.
Full disclosure: I’m a home educator, which means I can “teach” in my pjs.
But I don’t!
I love dressing well, even if I’m at home with my kids all day. For the past three years, I tutored + directed at our Classical Conversations homeschool community, so I do know that teacher outfits need to be three things:
- easy to wear + wash
- stylish (because who wants to look boring?)
So this post is a nod to you amazing teachers… + your wardrobes. xoxo
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Dresses for Teachers
The pieces I’ve curated for this post are washable, easy to move around in, + all of them cost less than $70 (most are in the $40 to $50 price range).
I’ve also included a few accessory or beauty products to polish off your outfit.
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Teacher style #1. Blouson Midi Dress, by Wayf at Nordstrom.
This gauzy dress is perfectly feminine +soft! The sleeves + hem length provide great coverage without being too hot (if you want something to bring up the neckline consider wearing a Halftee under the dress).
#2. V-Neck tiered midi dress, by JCrew Factory
Tiered midis are trending this season! I recently ordered this lovely midi+ can’t wait to wear it.
I ordered it in “antique navy anchor,” pictured above, but it’s also available in a “bold hibiscus” pink.
#3. Smocked maxi dress, by Old Navy
#4. Sheath dress, by JCrew Factory
#5. Cotton/Poplin Tiered Dress, by JCrew Factory
This lovely dress is pretty-in-pink; isn’t the “tea rose” color delicious?
Teacher style #6. Retro Blue Midi, by JCrew Factory
Here’s a vintage-inspired midi that makes a fashion statement all by itself.
#7. Striped V-Neck Midi, by JCrew Factory
More preppy teacher style:
Before you go!
If you like preppy + pretty, check out the Simplified Planner, by Emily Ley.
The teacher planner is perfect for starting off the school year strong.
Any favorite dresses for teachers? Drop your recommendations below.
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Kristy Lynn is a wife, mom, + modern homemaker. She loves her home + adores her kids, but here’s the deal: it isn’t easy being a stay-at-home-mom, a working mom, or a homemaker of any other sort. Finding solutions for the challenges of living well- then writing about it– is Kristy’s calling + superpower. She’s a passionate believer that every woman can live well right where she’s at + with what she’s got. We just need a little inspiration. Speaking of inspiration, Kristy occasionally crawls out from under her piles of books to write at one of her niche blogs: Kristy’s Cottage, Simply Good Reading, + Good Pastor’s Wife. Want to get started with Better Homemaking? Dive in right here.