SLP Style: What I Actually Wear To Work

A few years ago in grad school, I started a blog series called SLP Style. That series ended up with only a few posts before outfit pictures went on the back burner (#gradschoolprobs), but I wanted to continue with the series today! Now that I have *actually* been an SLP for the past 6 months, I wanted to share what I wear to work on a daily basis! I work in 2 different elementary schools, so my outfits would also work as teacher outfits if you are looking for inspiration there.

Top: thrifted | skirt: thrifted | jean jacket: JC Penney (old)

Top: TJ Maxx (old) | pants: thrifted | cardigan: thrifted | shoes: Birkenstocks

Dress: thrifted | jacket: thrifted | shoes: Birkenstocks

Top: Thrifted | pants: TJ Maxx | blazer: Forever 21

Sweater: thrifted | dress: thrifted

Top: Thrifted | pants: TJ Maxx | cardigan: thrifted | earrings: made by me (post here!)

Top: thrifted | pants: consignment store | cardigan: H&M | shoes: Birkenstocks

Top: thrifted | pants: TJ Maxx| cardigan: consignment store (also in this post!)

Top: Old Navy (old) | pants: consignment store | cardigan: consignment store | boots: Madden Girl


I also like to share what I wear to work to show how I style pieces I have gotten second hand at thrift stores or consignment stores. So many people still have the mentality that thrift stores only have ugly and outdated pieces, but I am here to share that is not the case! Most of the items mentioned in this post that are thrifted are pieces I have thrifted within the past year. Two of my current favorite things to thrift are fun patterned tops that are work appropriate (like the leopard print button down shirt!) and patterned skirts/dresses for when the weather is warmer! If you are just getting into thrifting, checkout this post with 10 tips that I shared about a year ago!

xo, Scarlett