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What the Teacher Wore Wednesday

Hi! 

I have no idea if people are even interested in this but I get a lot of comments and likes on my instagram.  So for those of you that are not following me on Instagram....THis is what I wore last week:




I participate in a Instagram/Pinterest fashion challenge called #pinneditspinnedit hosted by @jro1583 and @aem8168 on Instagram.  Basically they post a picture every week of 5 pins that they like and you put your own spin on it.  So in each of the pictures above....there is a picture that is not me.

Here is where I got everything:
Monday: black and white skirt with black top
Boots: Steve Madden
Tights, and skirt: Target
T-shirt: Gap
Sweater: Old Navy

Tuesday:Teal pants, stripe shirt and sweater
Boots: Steve Madden
Jeans: American Eagle
Striped Shirt: Gap
Navy Sweater: Stitch Fix
Red Necklace: Gift from the awesome Lindsey Johnston!

Wednesday: Grey bat wing back shirt and White undershirt
Socks leggins and white shirt: Target
Grey split Back Shirt: Stitch Fix

Thursday: Denim Dress
Boots: Steve Madden
Tights and Oatmeal Sweater: Gap
Dress: Old Navy

Friday: Red "Stripey" Top
Boots: Old Navy
Leggins (with pockets), watch and red "stripey top": Target
Grey Sweater: Some store in London

And there you have it folks!

What did you wear last week?

Comments

  1. Fun!! I wish it were the same season here. I'd totally participate.

    Erin
    Learning to be awesome

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    1. AWE! well that is the beauty of this challenge you put your own SPIN on it!

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  2. Jameson, I love to see all of the cute outfits you wear! You definitely have a knack for pulling it all together!
    Darlene
    ELABuffet

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    1. Thanks! I have fun getting ready. The challenge sure helps me continue to have fun even at 4 AM. Us secondary teachers have the alarm clock against us for sure!

      Jameson

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