The Teacher Capsule Wardrobe Fall 2019 Preview + 10 Outfits
Are you a teacher who wants to look stylish but also needs to be comfortable while you teach? I received several requests for a teacher capsule wardrobe! Based on the feedback I received from everyone who are teachers, you’re ideal outfit would include:
- Clothes that are easy to move around in (especially if you’re an elementary school teachers working with children)
- Layers that are easily removable for fluctuating temperatures inside the classroom and outside on the playground.
- Pants and jeans that add color and functionality to your wardrobe
- Comfortable shoes you can stand in while you teach all day
- Jewelry that won’t get in the way of teaching and especially if you have to wear a lanyard that holds your badge/keys.
This post is a preview of the NEW eBook in the capsule wardrobe series, The Teacher Capsule Wardrobe: Fall 2019 Collection. I’m sharing a few featured items in the capsule wardrobe and showing how you can mix and match those items to create several outfits! The newest eBook is for the Fall season and includes 100 outfit ideas.
The style of clothes and shoes in this Elevated Casual capsule is perfect for a:
- A Teacher
- ANYONE who needs a Stylish, Trending, Casual Wardrobe
The colors are neutral, also with burgundy and olive!
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The Teacher Capsule Wardrobe: Fall 2019 Collection
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Here are JUST A FEW ITEMS included in the E-Book:
(There are 2 shopping links each for Regular, Plus and Petite sizes in the eBook)
Nice idea but waaaay too casual for my workplace! (I teach 11-16 yr olds in UK)
Instead of the Teacher capsule wardrobe, you may like either The Essential or French Minimalist series better, since those eBooks have both casual and dressy outfits.
Hi! very nice. And, thank you for “hearing” us teachers. I concur with Amy, but on a more personal level: My own style is not this casual for school. I will do what you suggested for Amy, and check out the capsules you recommended. Thank you, again!
I teach preschool and this is perfection. Thanks!
For my own wardrobe I used a bit more of a refined material instead of tshirt or knit types, something that was similar, but dressed up the tops. It helped. I used structured dress jackets instead of the sweaters and pants instead of jeans. Changed the entirety of this wardrobe.
Wow, you customized the wardrobe and made it your own! Sounds great! You might also like The Essential season series, as it has clothes and shoes that make both dressy and casual outfits.
This is EXACTLY how the teachers in Central and Upstate NY dress! You nailed it.
Brilliant! It kicks my homeschool mom style up a notch. Presentation is everything, even at home ( or on one of our million field trips).
I replied previously. Following my reply, I perused some teacher bloggers who post about their wardrobes. Their attire is pretty much what you compiled. Then, I spent this past weekend with my bestie, who is very fashion-savvy. We were talking about school and clothes. She stressed comfort, as well as style, and your collection includes both. During our shopping excursion to the Kittery, Maine Outlet Mall, I took some fashion risks: Denim jeggings from Chico’s, black leather high-top sneakers and brown Chelsea boots from Ecco, and a tan sleeveless cotton sweater from LOFT, which, as my bestie suggested, can be worn over a lightweight long-sleeve cotton t-shirt in cooler weather. So…I am re-visiting your collection for additional inspiration. While I will always be a classic, I am approaching this school year differently in terms of my wardrobe, thanks to you and my bestie.
Many of these outfit ideas will also work for stay at home mom’s who want something casual enough for running around with toddlers/preschoolers/young kids, for days out, school runs, errands, doctors appointments etc but a step up from the “I’ve spend all day cleaning the house and lazing in PJ’s or leggings look”; so thanks for the ideas. I will definitely be adapting some of these to work for my own wardrobe.
I would LOVE to purchase your book by downloading it online, as I do not have the internet at home, nor do I have a pay pal account. I REALLY need it!!
For my town and especially teaching, this collection is pretty fancy! Not casual at all. Do you ever offer sales or coupon codes for your e books? Unfortunately, since we are so casual, my town is pretty frugal in the salary department as well ????
I’m SO torn!! I’m an elementary teacher who has had great success with the French Minimalist Spring ‘19 and Summer ‘19 wardrobes. They are “my” colors and for the most part fit my lifestyle. So here’s the debate…do I try the Fall Essentials because I love the colors (and hope that it will coordinate with some of my current pieces), try the Teacher Wardrobe and assume it has some dressier options for conferences, church and the occasional date night, OR stick with what I “know” and stay with Fall French? Any suggestions, Leanne? (Advice from any wardrobe gal would be appreciated, too!)
I am so glad to hear you like the capsule wardrobe eBooks! Since you love the French Minimalist series, you could use the one for the Fall 2019 and add one or two tops and/or bottoms in an accent color in the Essential or Teacher capsules. They would coordinate with the pieces in the French Minimalist Capsule, since includes all neutral clothes and shoes.
I’m a Civil Engineer and go from office, meetings to construction sites and this works well for me. The jeans work well for the days to the construction site, I just add my steel toe boots, vest and hard hat. Then the meetings downtown I wear a Blazer and flats, this style works well.
Leanne, I have your year round capsule and love it. I work from home doing maternity care. Most of my moms are young (Obviously childbearing age) I find that I love your teacher wardrobe for my work at home wardrobe to be just right. It is comfortable, just “dressy”enough. I love the sweater blazer for it’s style and comfort. Keep up the good work, I love what you do for me as a style challenged women. Together I look put together, and stylish. All the while I am comfortable. Another reason the teacher wardrobe works so well for me is I often am on the floor with my young patients other small children. I upload the calendar and check it every morning, then I grab the items I need for the day and off I go worry free about what to wear.
Glad to hear you are enjoying the Teacher Capsule Wardrobe! After receiving several requests for a capsule from teachers, who work with children in the classroom, I thought it was a much-needed capsule. And, not only for teachers, but women who want a relaxed wardrobe, but who still look polished!
While your outfits are stylish, I’m not sure why you would include jeans in a capsule wardrobe for teachers. In what world do teachers wear jeans to work?
There are several teachers who wear jeans, as per the feedback from hundreds of teachers a few months ago, but if you have a dress code or the type of teaching you do doesn’t allow jeans, you can easily substitute pants or skirts for the jeans.
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Hi there, You’ve done an incredible job. I will definitely digg it and personally suggest to my friends.
I’m confident they will be benefited from this
When do anticipate the spring teacher capsule to come out? I love the winter one.
Thank you, I’m so glad you are enjoying the Teacher Winter capsule wardrobe! The Spring edition will be the first in the Spring series to be published. Look for the Teacher Spring edition will be published during the first week in February 2020.
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