The 10 Best (or Worst?) School Teacher Outfits of All Time

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*This article was written by a guest author. It has not been vetted or endorsed by Bored Teachers’ editorial staff.*

NOTE: This post is mainly for Secondary Ed. teachers. Elementary kids would probably love this stuff!

On the first day of school, you really want to make the right impression on your students. You want to look professional, but not unapproachable. You want to look stylish, but you don’t want to be uncomfortable. You want to look cool, but not immature. You want to show that you are excited about your subject matter, but you don’t want them to make fun of you. Or maybe you’re looking for an outfit that says, “I’m old, I’m tired, and I just don’t care anymore!” If you are in this group then these clothing options are for you! Which is your favorite? Comment below!

1. BE the Supplies

Teacher outfit is a giant scissor dressvia cassiestephens.blogspot

teacher outfits_giant pencil dressvia Pinterest

teacher outfits_pencil shoes      teacher outfits_Crayons pants

via rstyle.me & Pinterest

You really want kids to get a sense of what they’ll be working with this semester, so don’t hesitate to wear clothes shaped like pencils, scissors, and other supplies.

2. BE the Subject You Teach

Science-themed dress_Teacher outfitsvia Pinterest

World map skirt_Teacher outfitsvia Pinterest

Alphabets tights_Teacher outfits     Chemistry formula shoes_Teacher outfits

via mytights & Pinterest

Planet dress_Teacher outfitsvia Pinterest

Don’t just show your enthusiasm for your subject matter- reveal your obsession!

3. The School Themed Sweater

ABCs school bus desks, crayons on sweaters_Teacher outfitsvia Pinterest

This is a timelessly hip item that students always connect with.

4. The School Themed Vest

School supply vests_Teacher outfitsvia Pinterest

Maybe it’s just too warm out to wear the whole sweater. Thank goodness they have vest options!

5. Denim + Appliques = Perfection

School bus & school related items appliqués on denim dressvia spedventures.blogspot

This combo is just the right mix of trendy, mature, stylish and just a bit sexy!

6. Be Cool, but Not Too Cool!

Older woman posing in fashion style with jeans silver shoes, and "Afraid of nothing" shirtvia Pinterest

Everything about this outfit is on point, especially the message on the t-shirt. However, the jeans might be trying just a bit too hard.

7. Tweed Jacket

Indiana Johns wearing tweed jacketvia Indiana Jones

It’s hot as balls under it, and no one wants to look at it!

8. Blah on Blah

Walter white wearing old beige sweatervia Breaking Bad

Unless your nickname is Heisenberg, this look is not cool!

9. Anything Miss Bliss Wore

Miss Bliss wearing grey shirt

Miss Bliss wearing dark blue shirt

Miss Bliss posing with students in class wearing purplish shirtvia Saved By the Bell

Remember Miss Bliss from Saved By The Bell? She seemed pretty cool back then but if you take a look now it’s like she shopped in my Grandma’s closet!

10. Any outfit from Annalise Keating in How To Get Away With Murder.

ANNALISE KEATING wearing grey suit

Not only is her style on point, she has mastered the “teacher look”.

ANNALISE KEATING wearing bordeaux shirtvia How to Get Away With Murder

Jane Morris_author photoThis article was written by Jane Morris — author of the bestselling book: Teacher Misery. Connect with her on Instagram, Twitter, and Tumblr.

 

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