It’s officially the best month of the year, September aka my BDAY month and the start of the best season of the year, FALL! Oh and football season and pumpkin spice and new fall styles. So basically it wins. I recently asked in a survey on my blog what people want to see more of on LPOC and the majority wanted teaching tips/style. So here we are! I have started a new tab on my blog for all things teacher-y including teaching tips, style and more and I am so excited to combine my two passions into one! Little Piece of Teach will be your go-to for affordable work style, where to buy classroom decor & more. This first post is going back to the basics. A little cheetah and a whole lot of B&W! Read below for teaching style tips…
We made it to a long weekend and this teacher was ready! The first few weeks of school are pretty crazy and you get out of summer mode real quick. You can really tell what type of day it is based on my hair when I get home. Recess duty days always include a dress and ponytail and my days off of duty typically include pants and a cute blouse tucked in. Being a first grade teacher, black pants are usually my go-to when there are crayons, dry erase markers and chalk involved. I bought these pants from Gap Outlet this summer and they are super comfy and versatile. I paired these pants with this white bell sleeved top from Loft(linked below).
To finish off my teacher style, I wore these fun pointed cheetah flats from Old Navy! To accessorize for work, a watch is always involved. This Daniel Wellington watch is my new staple accessory. I just love the rose gold and black details. Use code: Littlepieceofchic for 15% off now, here is the link to shop my watch: https://www.danielwellington.com/us/dw-watch-women-classic-sheffield-rose-gold-36mm
I wore my tan cross body bag to tie in with my cheetah flats to keep my look completely neutral. A fun way to dress up a look for work/school is to wear a bold lipstick color. I recently started wearing A touch of Spice matte by Maybelline and it is my current fave. I always feel put together with lipstick on!
Happy Saturday y’all, comment below with what you want to read next on Little Piece of Teach!