1/08 to 1/12
This is not my first fashion post. In fact, I had an entire blog dedicated to fashion. But it abruptly ended 14 posts in. 🤦🏻♀️ You can read it here. I decided to bring it back, but this time focusing on teaching outfits. Now several things about my style:
- I am a patient shopper. I will spend HOURS scouring racks and racks and racks looking for the perfect piece. If you're a fast shopper, you do NOT want to come with me.
- I am a bargain shopper. Actually, I’m cheap. I will not spend over $20 on a piece of clothing. With the exception of shoes. A girl needs a good pair of shoes.
- I choose comfort over style. My mom often asks me, "Why do you wear such baggy clothes?" Well, mom. I like comfortable clothing, especially when you're a kindergarten teacher. The wise Cher Horowitz once said, “I know it sounds mental but sometimes I have more fun vegging out than when I go partying. Maybe it’s because my party clothes are so binding” Cher gets me.
That's about it. Pretty simple. So here we go:
JACKET: FOREVER 21 // BLOUSE: FOREVER21 // PANTS: FOREVER21 // FLATS: OLD NAVY
JACKET: FOREVER21 // SWEATER: THRIFTED // PANTS: FOREVER21 // SHOES: JACK PURCELL
JACKET: THRIFTED // DRESS: FOREVER21 // TIGHTS: TJ MAXX // OXFORDS: ALDO
BLOUSE: FOREVER21 // PANTS: FOREVER 21 // FLATS: ALDO
JUMPER: THRIFTED // SHIRT: FOREVER21 // SHOES: VANS // SUNGLASSES: WARBY PARKER
I post my #ootd on my InstaStories via Instagram if you want a daily dose of my outfits instead of waiting until a Sunday. ❤️