Tie clips, frilly shirts, and suits just for show — certain CB teachers have made their names known for their snazzy style. Clothing and looking our best is a large part of the teenage culture and we often take a lot of pride in our great fashion taste. Little do we know, all around campus, […]
Tie clips, frilly shirts, and suits just for show — certain CB teachers have made their names known for their snazzy style.
Clothing and looking our best is a large part of the teenage culture and we often take a lot of pride in our great fashion taste. Little do we know, all around campus, many teachers are stealing the style spotlight.
These eye catching marvels have received much recognition simply because of their students admiration for their fashion sense. The diversity of their reasons for dressing for work surprisingly reflect their individual style. Some teachers dress to be “in” and professional.
“In a professional job and as a kind of younger teacher, I wanna look professional and cool” says style savvy history teacher Mr. Evan Boylan.
“When you dress nice around people that you don’t know at a job or whatever, you get more respect” explains Mr. Seab Morris, as he refers to his nicely pressed suits.
Others are blessed with nature’s gifted style techniques.
“When I need clothes I go and get some and then I try to pick ones that fit well” reveals the laid back math teacher Mr. Michael Grow.
Not all teachers have this gift though, which brings up the question of, where do they inquire these impeccable tastes?
“My sister helps me out sometimes with stuff,” shares Mr. Boylan. “She has a really good eye for that type of thing so she’ll send me emails with suggestions of things I should look into buying.”
Even a teacher as hip as Mr. Boylan references common celebrities and television stars for their classy style.
“In terms of a professional style, actually, like the television show Parks and Recreation, the character Ben Wyatt, I like the way that he dresses on that show. I definitely try to mimic him.” says Mr. Boylan
As many male models there are on the CB campus, a certain female french teacher knows how to rock any outfit no matter what country it’s from.
“The excuse that I tell my husband when I travel is that I shop when I travel so a lot of my clothes come from all over the world. So that’s why I have lots of really cool clothes… It’s the only way my husband will let me” chuckles Ms. Stefanie Howorun.
Even so, all of the teachers have a signature trademark that emanates their style. Mr. Boylan likes to strut his stuff in his cool colored pants. As for Mrs. Howorun, big bright bows and blouses with plenty of frills are her article of choice. And no one rocks a CB polo quite like Mr Grow.
There is no easy way to automatically inquiring a fashion sense like our beloved teachers, but Mr. Boylan shares a few tips to make looking as professional as he does a tad bit simpler.
“Thinner ties — that’s the way to go,” he says. “A tie clip is an easy way to make anything you wear look cooler and they are not expensive.”
Although clothing and accessories show off their good tastes and individuality, two teachers sharde their secret to being the most stylish teachers: confidence.
“If you look good, you feel good,” says Mr. Boylan. “Then I think you put out better vibes. In pretty much anything you do or no matter what your job is, if you feel good about the way you look when you go to work its a good thing to have.”
“I don’t even think I’m all that stylish but I think when you feel good everything looks good” concludes Ms. Howorun, “That’s my thing.”