Sunday, October 22, 2006

Music Teacher Dress Code

I'm going to be starting up my vocal studio in the next month or two and have decided to have a dress code for myself, party to convey to my students (and their parents) that I take being a voice teacher seriously, and secondly because I just want to be a classy mom.

For my dress code, I'd like to look professional but not prudish. I love color so I was thrilled when I came upon these selections from Banana Republic. I think instead of the orange turtle neck though I would wear an orange v-neck (I have a large chest and turtle necks tend to accentuate it) other than that, if I had a few hundred dollars in my pocket, I'd go out tomorrow and purchase these outfits!


older singer said...

I heard of a woman who was a stay-at-home mom but who got "dressed for work" every day so she wouldn't be dumpy. I thought that was a great idea. Not that I ever did it, but a great idea nonetheless. As Daryl Hoole says, "If you look like a doormat, people will walk all over you." I like all of your selections except for those mid-calf pants, which look like something a jokey should wear.

Factotum said...

Yeah, I'll have to try on the "jockey" pants before I make my decision on them--they're apparently all the rage right now. My problem is that I have abnormally large calves, so those pants could look quite ridiculous on me.

Design Mom said...

Every outfit is beautiful. Drool.

myartisfashion said...

Oh man, mom kills me. Weren't we gonna get her on that show....?

I love these!! That's what I'll be wearing in a few years.