As one of the working professionals, it’s truly important for the teachers to dress appropriately, making themselves appear professionals and leaving a good impression for the administrators, parents, and students. In addition, the practicality, comfort, and functionality should be taken into consideration in a teacher’s wardrobe. Let’s know these following suggestions and guidelines to help teachers dress successfully.
Make sure that your clothing must be appropriate for work. Remember to avoid the sheer, tight, and mini-length clothes that would apparently reveal your body curve and objectively regarded as the unduly sexy. Plus, make sure your clothes are clean and pressed which would leave a positive impression for others.
One of the safest ways to dress professionally and stay school-appropriate is to reach for a dressy shirt and tapered pants, tuck the shirt into the pants to get a sleek silhouette.
When in doubt, throw on a short blazer into the mix to maximize your profession and finish the look, if possible.
Stay Comfortable and Modest
Dressing conservatively for a job interview means no surprises. Your interview appearance is traditional or restrained in style. Conservative fashion means you not only wear the established team uniform, you wear it well from the tip of your white collar to the closed toe of your dark shoes.
A. About Tops
If you’re looking for a top that is comfortable but remains versatile in school occasions, tops that made of natural fibers like cotton, silk, or linen are a smart option to complement your ensemble.
The flax clothing can wick moisture away from your body, which is breathable, cool, and great worn in the summer months. Silk clothes are skin-friendly and look both elegant and sophisticated. Cotton outfits are soft and affordable to every teacher.
B. About Bottoms
No matter pants, jeans, or skirts you wear ( if jeans are allowed), stay away from overly short or ripped bottoms that expose too much skin.
C. About Shoes
Since teachers spend most of their time standing and even squatting and kneeling, a pair of comfortable shoes are a must during their working hours. I would suggest those shoes made of genuine leather, which are extremely comfortable, breathable, soft, and easy to walk. Try to avoid any shoes, such as high heels, overcrowded toes, or wedges that will be hard on your feet and easy to harm your knees after a long period of time.
Stay Practical and Functional
Want to inject your teacher wardrobe with something practical and functional? The dress is a reliable staple to make your career life easier. On the one hand, you don’t need to spend lots of time going through your wardrobe to design how to match, the one-piece design could save more time and money. On the other hand, it almost goes well with other pieces for a perfect layer. Jacket, coat, cardigan, or even sweater are practical to put on for adding extra warmth in the cold months or in the air-conditioned room.
To make your dress a safe go-to –work and incredibly chic, try the knot front dress or belted dress with some interesting patterns that inject more fun to your look and easily highlight your waistline.
You could probably get a little more creative on jewelry or accessories and complete your teacher ensemble with a nice watch or a simple bracelet or a necklace. But remember to leave your expensive accessories at home to avoid any chances that they would be grabbed by the very young students.