Dress: Only, Ankle boots: Chigo
It will come as no surprise that I have embraced the tartan trend in the form of another dress (like I did with the animal print trend too). I take the phrase “dress to impress” quite literally I suppose.
This dress is another example that it is possible to be a very stylish teacher while feeling super comfortable in class too. The soft material and simple shape make sure you can move around very easily in this tartan dress. Thanks to the blouse collar, there is no need for a necklace, which can be an additional bonus for teachers who work with really young children. The dress is perfect to combine with low heal shoes or (ankle) boots, so no shoepidity needed either.
The sleeves are 3/4 (or in my case 7/8), which is very practical too. Have you noticed the detail on the sleeves, that lovely black line?
The dress was originally longer that shown here. I had it shortened about 4 centimetres. I know that the latest trend is towards longer skirts and dresses, but I love showing a bit of upper leg too, being as petite as I am. Some trends you should follow, some you should ignore. Follow your own line!
What latest trend do you deliberately ignore and for what reason?