The title of an old song inspired me when looking for a heading for the post. The song performed by Ja Rule and Mary J. Blige was my students´favorite when I worked as a Visiting Teacher in USA. So this is a happy homage to those I had the pleasure to have in my classes at Bartlett Yancey High School.


Then for today we have another teacher´s attire made up of recycled pieces of my wardrobe. First of all a sleveeless dress with a lace panel paired with a black leggings, something practical and comfortable. To top the outfit a magenta hooded coat by AD+ which is light enough to  battle the morning cold and to protect me from the rain. The accessories long silver earrings and a turquoise and silver ring. These days we have lots of exams to mark so I wore my seagrass bag with all of them and where I also kept my folding umbrella.  All these pieces are part of my pinkish capsule wardrobe. 


Do you like hooded raincoats? How do you style them?

Have a nice day. Love and peace.


Aquí estamos de nuevo con un día lluvioso, titulo de una de las canciones que gustaban a mis alumnos del Bartlett Yancey High School en Yanceyville, Carolina del Norte. Como homenaje a ellos y aprovechando que la lluvia no nos abandona aquí traemos un look de profesora que se compone de prendas recicladas de años anteriores.


Aquí tenemos un vestido negro sin mangas con un panel de encaje que compre en Dunnes Stores de Málaga junto con unos leggings negros. Algo cómodo para ir a trabajar. Lo completamos con un anorak corto con capucha en fucsia o magenta. Los accesorios son unos pendientes largos en  forma de pez y un anillo con turquesa. Y como teníamos muchos exámenes pues mi cesto en fibras naturales donde guardé mi paraguas plegable.


¿Os gustan los anoraks cortos en colores brillantes? ¿Con qué prendas los llevaríais?

Besos infinitos y hasta la próxima.


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