Does your school allow teachers to wear jeans?

Over50Styling! Does your school allow you to wear jeans in your role as a teacher? More schools are getting to that point. They are relaxing the dress code rules. Often it's a Dress Down Friday event, but some schools allow the teachers to do it any day of the week. Some schools even do it as a fundraiser and the teachers have to pay a $1 to be able to wear jeans on certain days, usually a Friday. Well, I have three jeans looks for those of you who are allowed to wear jeans to school. For those of you who aren't, this is your weekend forecast for a great weekend following your first week of back to school! Making it look good! Homework 3 or Weekend?

For work, distressed jeans are not appropriate even though they are very trendy. Your jeans should be clean and neat and whole. Wear the style that best suits your body type. And wear a medium to dark wash. A light wash is too casual for school. Save those for the weekend.

Medium wash jeans. A red tee with a long handkerchief hem. An off-white cropped cardi. Red, white, and blue? Nope! Let's make it pop! Slip into golden yellow suede pumps. Grab a great red handbag. Pop on multicolor earrings for flare! This is one that makes the grade!

Homework 3 or Weekend?
Medium wash jeans. A hot pink cami. Wear one that is cut conservatively and doesn't look like lingerie. Alternatives are a tank, tee, or shell. Teal and cream striped oversized cardigan. Step into teal sling back heels. Grab a teal tote style bag. And for fun and flare, pop on great parrot earrings! If this doesn't make the grade, nothing will!
Homework 3 or Weekend?
Medium wash jeans. A fuchsia top with a cowl neckline and 3/4 sleeves. Top that with a black cardigan that's almost capelike in its cut. Step into fuchsia flats with a black bow. Grab a black suede bag. Add fuchsia and green earrings for shine!

With these three looks, you're either top of the class or having a fabulous weekend. Or maybe both! Whichever it is, enjoy!
That's stylin'~

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