A Pencil Skirt Styled 4 Ways

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A Pencil Skirt Styled 4 Ways | Floral Pencil Skirt | Teacherfashionista | Jules

Today’s post is dedicated to versatility yet again. I am taking a floral pencil skirt, and styling it 4 different ways. It is SO easy to change up the way it looks with other staples that are most likely already in your closet – a cardigan, denim jacket, and various favorite boots or booties. With summer temperatures in full force here, I haven’t put any … Read More

1 Dress Worn 3 Ways

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A Pencil Skirt Styled 4 Ways | Floral Pencil Skirt | Teacherfashionista | Jules

Today’s post is dedicated to styling a staple dress 3 different ways. I think versatility in a wardrobe goes a long way, especially when you’re shopping on a budget. I found this swing dress and it seems to go on sale for around $15 every other week (yay!). It comes in a variety of colors, so if blue isn’t your thing, pick from a green … Read More

Versatile Pieces that Double for Work and Play, No. 2

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Versatile Clothes | Summer Wardrobe | Teacherfashionista | Jules

I am enjoying putting this series together so much! (Read my first post in this series here.) Now that summer is underway, I still want to plan relevant outfits for those on summer break, and those who may still be doing the 9-5 or 8-4. My focus is on finding items in my closet that can double for work and play. In Arizona, the heat … Read More

Versatile Pieces that Double for Work and Play, No. 1

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Versatile Clothes | Spring Wardrobe | Teacherfashionista | Jules

I’m starting a new round up of clothes that easily work overtime in my closet. I can wear these tops to work with colored skinny pants or dress pants like these with pointy toe pumps. And I can dress them down for “play” on the weekend meeting a friend for coffee or brunch, running errands, or having a backyard BBQ or family get together. I always worry … Read More

Styling Teacher Outfits with Maurices

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Maurices | Maurices Loves Teachers | Teacher Outfits | Teacherfashionista | Jules

Styling “teacher outfits” with Maurices has been so much fun! If you’ve followed me on Instagram for any length of time, you know that I have shopped there from high school until now. I simply adore their “girl next door” affordable styles. Everything I’m featuring from Maurices in this post is under $45. They have it all – from casual wear and work wear, to … Read More

Casual Friday with Banana Republic Factory

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Back to School | Banana Republic Factory | Casual Friday | Teacherfashionista | Jules

We made it! It’s Friday! Friday mornings are my FAVORITE ! I mean – Saturdays REALLY are, but let’s be real – when we finally get to Friday we know some R&R is right around the corner. I always wake up eager to get through the day and on to the weekend! During the school year, I appreciate dressing for “Casual Fridays.” My school allows … Read More

Styling Black Denim: Back to School with Banana Republic Factory

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Do you ever head to happy hour or dinner out after work? Then this post on styling black denim is for you! About once every two weeks, my husband and I end up meeting for dinner out. On those days, I like wearing an outfit that I can change or add simple touches to in order to take it from work to “play.” During my “back to … Read More

Styling a Skirt: Back to School with Banana Republic Factory

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We’re headed back to school, and the summers feel shorter and shorter with each passing year! I don’t know a single teacher who doesn’t feel like we just locked our classroom doors ready to enjoy the freedoms of summer time. However, here we are – ready or not. Some of us have already started the school year, and some of us have the start date quickly approaching. Regardless, we are all … Read More