With school starting back up again, I figured I could share with you my favorite teacher outfits I’ve worn over the last 3 years. If you’ve been following me from the very beginning, then you know that I started my Instagram account as a way to share my favorite teacher outfits. When I started teaching I was always approached by other teachers to let them know where I bought my outfits. So I decided it was finally time to do a round up of all my favorites, even if I’m not teaching in the classroom this year. (You can read my blog post about why I’m not returning to the classroom here.)
Many of these exact outfits are no longer sold, so I’ve created this list to be more of an inspiration while using what you already have in your closet. I have created a list of my favorite places to buy teacher outfits below though to help with your back to school shopping. Please note that some of these links contain affiliate links, which means a portion of your purchase will help fund my blog. This won’t increase your price in anyway and just helps to keep the blog going strong! Thanks!
Ultimate List of Favorite Places To Shop For Teacher Outfits:
You can also find additional shops to purchase cute, affordable, and fashionable teacher outfits located on an updated list here.
Mindy Mae’s Market – My favorite for cute blazers, jackets, and floral shirts
Target – My favorite for basically everything because who doesn’t love Target. I like to get vests and cardigans from here.
Ms. Head of the Class – This is where I got my pencil shoes from.
The Wright Stuff Chics – My favorite place for graphic tees that are inspired by teachers. I bought my Target + Teacher t shirt from here.
Amazon – I actually love looking for cute sweaters and random clothing items from Amazon.
Jane – When I’m not looking for anything specific, but I want a good deal I go to Jane.com because they have a variety of awesome items that are ALL on sale.
Bohme – I love getting my Flying Monkey brand jeans from Bohme, they are my favorite. I also love getting cute blouses for the classroom here.
Olive Avenue – I love shopping everything from Olive Avenue. I have a lot of their blouses that are the perfect blend of comfortable and professional, along with really cute skirts and dresses.
Shop Blush Lane – They have the cutest dresses along with some of my favorite shoes, like my Free People knock off shoes that I love to wear while teaching.
Shop Stevie – I like Shop Stevie for their cute, modest dresses.
Maurices – I love their trendy teacher items. They focus on teachers, so I know I’m getting good quality items that are meant to be in the classroom. I like their cardigans, jackets, and shoes.
Simple Addiction – They have my favorite pencil skirts that are stretchy for more movement around the classroom and can be paired with a cute teacher t shirt for a fun teacher look that is more dressed up.
Ultimate List of Items To Have In Your Closet To Create Teacher Outfits:
Below I’ve categorized some of my favorite finds from the week to show you some current teacher outfit items you can easily purchase by clicking on the photo of the item you like. These items are broken into categories and I try to update it once a month to keep you updated on the best finds for each season. These are some of my favorite back to school items, including the colored jeggings I wear, some cute blouses, dresses you can wear to parent teacher conferences, and shoes that are comfortable, but stylish and professional. Happy shopping and don’t forget to pin this blog post so you can come back each month or sign up for my newsletter to get sent my monthly favorite finds!
SHOES + ACCESSORIES:
Let me know below which outfit is your favorite and don’t forget to pin away!
(This dress, denim jacket, and shoes can be purchased using the links above.)
(Similar items to this outfit are also linked in the categories above. If you don’t have a chambray shirt, I highly recommend checking out the one I’ve linked. I wear it often.)
(I got this jumpsuit from My Sister’s Closet Boutique, you can use code “EVERYDAYELLIS” for 10% off your order.)
(To see how I style sweaters 10 different ways as a teacher, click here.)
(To read my list of items you need to add to your closet that aren’t your typical answers, click here.)
(To see my easy braided hair tutorial that is perfect to keep your hair out of your face as a teacher, click here.)
To see 6 ways to style a neck scarf, click here. I love these as a teacher. They are such a great way to spruce up an outfit.