I teach senior school maths , science and chemistry . I wear brightly coloured dresses with cardigans and purple docs. If my dresses are not bright, my jackets or tights are. I occasionally wear jeans or a brightly coloured school polo shirt with cute boots or my purple docs.
The culture in Australia, especially at small rural schools, is very different with regards to teacher clothes so I am curious to see what others wear. I am an anomaly at my school (which is very casual) and wear nice dresses.
I teach in Spain in the secondary part of a school for students aged 2 to 18. I teach English. In summer, I wear knee length skirts or dresses and T-shirt style tops with sandals (we are not allowed to wear flipflops - not that I would anyway). In winter I wear knee length skirts or dresses with opaque tights and boots and long sleeved T shirts and / or thin jumpers. It is never that cold inside school. We don't have spring or autumn here, which makes dressing for work pretty straightforward.
Most of my school clothes are from Zara and tend to be grey, white, black or pale pink. Bit boring but clothes get wrecked easily in school as it's so dirty everywhere and I don't want to mourn the death of expensive or dearly loved garments (came home the other day with a skirt ruined by bleach...absolutely no idea how that got there?!)