As a teacher you have enough on your plate this time of year. I did the work of rounding up a weeks worth of back to school outfit ideas for you because one less thing to think about is always great.
These Pilcro and The Letterpress patchwork pants are to cute and comfortable enough for you to wear even if you are chasing young students. This sweater is lightweight enough to wear for the beginning of fall. Just add a layer underneath to wear it through winter. Top this outfit off with these Sperry Top Sider sneakers and you are good to go.
You can't go wrong with a sweater dress for those cold air conditioned rooms and the winter months. This one offers cuteness and comfort and I love the fact that the waist can tighten as much as you want it too. Pair it with these Donald J Pliner loafers for a fashionable but still functionable look.
This top and blazer combo is perfect for while its still hot out. Wear the blazer indoors in the cooler air and you can take it off when it comes time to take the kids out to recess. I know dress codes vary so if chambray pants are not in yours these could easily be substituted for a pair of khaki or navy pants. Finish off the look with these Dr. Scholls loafers. Nothing beats shoes that do not make your feet hurt.
Who doesn't love the comfort of a maxi skirt. We love this one paired with this red jacket. Again you could wear a shirt with sleeves under this to layer for different temperatures. Finish this outfit off with these Naot clogs and you are ready to tackle your day.
This outfit is perfect for casual Friday. If that doesn't fit into your dress code you can switch the pants out for a tapered more business casual fit and throw on a denim jacket or blazer to dress it up a bit. These Ariat boots are so comfortable and are versatile enough to wear with pants or dresses.
Hopefully this gives you some inspiration for those mornings where you don't know what to wear. All of these items are available for sale on our website or shop your own closet to put your spin on it. Which style is your favorite? Drop a comment, I would love to hear.