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Teacher fashion

English Teacher Mrs. Setmire stocking a bookshelf before class, wearing a signature flowy dress.
Leah Shahvaladian
English Teacher Mrs. Setmire stocking a bookshelf before class, wearing a signature flowy dress.

If you ever see a teacher outside of school it seems unnatural, mostly because they are wearing their comfortable clothes that they lounge around and run errands in. It may be hard to comprehend but all teachers wear different clothes outside of school and that is what makes their choices for the clothes they wear to school so interesting. Trendy or not, every teacher has their signature style. Being a teacher, they must choose their outfits wisely for each day. Some teachers really like to show their personalities and think about their outfits more than others. English Teacher Leah Setmire said, “I don’t think you should judge someone by their clothing, however, I believe if you have the ability, you really should dress appropriately for the setting.” 

Two main categories of clothing are comfortable and dressy, it is common that teachers have to be presenting dressy but could find some hacks to still be comfortable. Geometry Teacher Kerry Flanagan said, “My teacher fashion is Comfy, Comfy, Comfy!” She wears nicely designed shirts to be professional while still having the material be comfortable. In teenage years people look to each other for outfit inspiration, with teachers it seems to not matter anymore. English Teacher Leah Setmire said, “I pick what fits my style and makes me comfortable. I don’t really care what other people are wearing or what they think about what I am wearing. I passed that stage of life a long time ago!” All teachers have different styles that may be totally different from other teachers, different seasons, and outside of school.

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Leah Shahvaladian
Leah Shahvaladian, Reporter
I'm Leah Shahvaladian and I'm in 11th grade. I like learning new things about school through Journalism and digging deep into details about fun and important events. I like painting, reading, and going to the gym. I plan on going to Moorpark College after I graduate.

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