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Last work week wear: link up

I have a pileup of outfit pictures from my last couple weeks of dressing like a high school teacher, so voilà: this is what I've been wearing.  Lots of playing with different colour combos and comfy clothes.

I have tons of things on my mind but zero time to express myself as I'm sitting in front of a pile of 50 finals to correct.

Good times.

Here are some outfit pics instead of brilliant words:

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  1. Living on Cloud Nine24 January, 2017 21:29

    Perfect Fashionista. Man, your students are going to miss your style!! My fav...your That 70's show adorable vibe with the vest and wide CUTE!!!!!

  2. You in those pigtails, how stinking cute is that?! Loving all of these looks.

  3. You know I'm all about those bell bottoms and fur vest. So Rachel Zoe


  4. Me likes the brunch outfit best!

  5. Love it all. The long vest/dress outfit is my fave!

  6. I can't even pick a favorite! But that burgundy shirt with the plaid, so darn cute!

  7. I'm with you. I like that burgundy shirt!

  8. I just love the look on the last day of school. Just so hippy boho to me and you do it so well!

  9. You are seriously the coolest teacher I know! And where did you get your "Vive le brunch" shirt?? I need it. Like really need it!

  10. Love that top with the unique back! And that outfit with the graphic tee and white cardigan- I'dwear something like that every day if I could!

  11. I love these and I also love the versatility of your hair!

  12. I love your style and all of these outfits! The dress with the long vest layered over it is my favorite!

    Doused In Pink

  13. Oh my goodness, I always think you look great but I am 😍 outfit #2. Everything about it and am especially envious of your hair/Bangs. Just drooling over here.

  14. I'm trying to be more like @foxysdomesticside:disqus .....

  15. I am so happy that flare jeans are back!

  16. I didn't realize it was so hippy until I saw pictures of it.

  17. You're the coolest teacher I know. The top is from Simons.


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