Awesome autumn outfit for teachers and travellers

“Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world.”

– Marilyn Monroe

As a teacher and traveller your outfits need to be comfortable in the first place. That said, you can be stylish as well. With the sneakers trend still going strong, finding stylish and comfortable footwear is a piece of cake.

The colour scheme for the autumn/winter collections for 2019/2020 knows many shades of red, which made me dug out this old skirt and top from a box in my cellar. Adding an equally old jeans jacket and scarf makes sure I can easily handle differences in temperature when teaching or travelling.

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5 reasons why my black and white maxi dress is my best travel outfit

“Things are not quite so simple always as black and white.”

― Doris Lessing

And sometimes things are quite simple. When I travel for example, it’s a simple choice what to wear. The first thing that most often does not go in my backpack or suitcase, is my old black & white maxi dress. When the temperatures are summerly warm, it is my preferred outfit for travelling by car, bus, boat, train or plane. Let me give you 5 reasons why:

  1. It’s made of cotton, so lovely cool.
  2. It’s pretty wrinkle friendly, which is a super bonus for travelling.
  3. The loose shape is comfortable and perfect for hiding some extra weight (I don’t know about you, but I love trying out lots of local food 😉).
  4. The length of the dress is very practical, because you never know on what kind of chair (plastic, dirty, broken…) you are going to sit for hours and hours.
  5. On top of all that it goes well with my sneakers, which add even more comfort to the outfit and are my favourite shoes for travelling (see this previous blogpost).
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