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I think I might need a whole new wardrobe for work - ideas Please

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BeatrootandBenedick Sun 01-Jul-07 13:41:42

I have two jobs.

One in a 6 form college and one is a private school

I will teach drama and theatre studies

For the 6 form college I can be casual (ish) but for the Private school I think I need to be smart. Suits? or perahps mix and match

BUT I want to be stylish

For formal occasions now I usually wear wide leg black trousers with simple top and jacket - but I need some more insiration that will be good for drama though

Hideehi Sun 01-Jul-07 13:54:42

What size and shape are you please ?

Great timing the sales are on.

BeatrootandBenedick Sun 01-Jul-07 13:56:22

am size12.
largish boobs

tall. (5 8 )

Red head

MrsBadger Sun 01-Jul-07 14:38:55

don't wear a suit, drama teachers (like art teachers) can get away with much more exciting stuff, bold jewellery, scarves etc.

wideleg trous and flattering top (deep v t-shirt, wrap acrdi with vest etc) with a jacket you can sling on and off as necessary sounds like a good place to start.

ARe you a pink-wearing redhead or a green-wearing one?

Beetroot Mon 02-Jul-07 12:09:31

I am a green one.

I am not really a large jewelrry/scraf person tbh - but yes trousers with different tops and a jacket...

god I am going to be so boring withthe same stye of trousers1

MrsBadger Mon 02-Jul-07 12:42:18

no-one notices trousers anyway

much better to have two or three subtle flattering pairs and ring the changes with different tops.

CodHun Mon 02-Jul-07 12:42:56

i htink a tnak top

ank topa dn shirts
and slouchy mens trews

CodHun Mon 02-Jul-07 12:43:23

or biekr type boots and skirt

Hathor Mon 02-Jul-07 12:43:53

My history teacher wore a tank top, and no socks. Drama teacher was better dressed and cool.

CodHun Mon 02-Jul-07 12:45:41

beety will always be welldressednad cool

its acessories darling

Beetroot Mon 02-Jul-07 13:48:56

yes - you have a point cod - will look around

Beetroot Mon 02-Jul-07 19:31:28

where are the links then?

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