I am very aware of how I look to my students.  They assume I am much younger than I am, and although that may be because they sometimes spot an item or two in my wardrobe that may or may not have come from Forever 21, I am still their teacher!!!!!!  Ha-ha.  So, when it is time for me to meet the parents of my students, I go all out to perpetuate what I believe is the stereotypical school teacher look. Note the pleats, the bow-tie Blouse, tights, and cat-eye glasses. Granted, most days I like to dress in all black, edged out in clean lines and very little jewelry, with smoky, smudgy kohl liner rimming my eyes, I never, ever want my parents to see an image of me that matches what their kids inevitably say about me (mostly true).  So I pulled out all the stops for this Parent-Teacher conference.  Here, my attempt to be colorful, cheerful, and what seems like a "traditional" teacher who actually loves her students.  I do...

Dress: Dorothy Perkins (old); Blouse: Anne Klein (by way of Marshalls), Tights: Spanx

Jacket: Eloquii
I miss them, but I am so glad I purchased this before they went out of business last year.  For around $30, too.


  1. I love it!!!! The jacket is a really nice cut too.

  2. That jacket is everything! Yellow looks amazing on you!

    1. Thanks so much! I really love yellow, but I think this is the only yellow I have in my closet. LOL


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