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Day 31 – the style of language

Spots AND stripes?? what do you think?

Today’s onedaydress look: bcbg pumps, mink pink white pocket tank, bardot black/white polka dot skirt, sheike scarf :: Spots and stripes…what do you think??

Language teachers are renowned for being eccentric. We have crazy personalities and a left of centre dress code. I always thought my high school and uni language teachers had the best taste in clothes. They knew how to make themselves look fantastic and they knew that they were bringing a taste of european fashion to the school as they strutted around the corridors. Alla moda…

Surveying today’s modern language teachers association (MLTA) conference and AGM was no exception. Among the delegates we saw the obligatory red pants (oh so euro), animal print and loads of colour. In fact there must have been a memo to boycott black! it was fantastic!

Kudos to the language teachers for being fashion role models to their students, combining style (caring levels of eccentricity=expression of our crazy personalities?) And modesty!

After a day of harnessing the passion for languages education I’m pooped but excited to get back to work and impassion a whole new generation of young learners! What exciting times!

Its already the weekend! I’m at future music festival tomorrow, so monday you can expect a comment on festival fashion dos and donts

K xx



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