Every teacher has a different level of comfort when it comes to what they put on their feet each morning before heading to school. Some people live in flats, and some prefer to brave it with a heel. Whichever category you fall into, we can all agree that fall is here and with it, a chance to revamp our foot wardrobe with some unexpected teacher shoes.
Everybody is going to be wearing brown or black boots this season. But, wouldn’t it be fabulous to show up to school with a chambray shirt dress, tights, and these turquoise beauties?
Elevating the basic nude flat by adding the ballerina detail really makes this a reading hour to happy hour shoe. Wear with some cropped jeans or cigarette pants to highlight the cross strap or with a pair of wide-legged trousers and just enjoy the added comfort.
Again, this season is all about experimenting with colors on your feet. Wear these gorgeous suede booties with a more neutral outfit or be bold and see what it looks like with some jewel tones.
Any of these colors are absolutely darling for transitioning from summer to fall (can you imagine them with an all black outfit? So chic.), but the mustard yellow one really seems to grab my eye and the eye of girls everywhere draping themselves in this strangely complimentary color this fall.
It’s not all about playing with color this fall with our footwear. It’s also a great time to experiment with texture. Creating contrasting tactile experiences is a great way to add intense change and interest in your outfits. Velvet is a great fabric to try this out with.
If you want to add a little height without taking the plunge into heels, a wedge is a super comfortable way to achieve that. The cozy sweater top of these booties would make them look super cute with a knit dress and blanket scarf. Just add a pumpkin spice latte.
Another fall staple that comes in an array of color choices. I think the indigo color in the front would be a great match for any neutral color in an outfit—especially brown or grey. Also: they’re Hushpuppies so your feet will thank you all season long.
Danskos are good for your feet. They feel good on your feet. They don’t always look good on your feet. But look! These boots are cute! Well done, my friends. Well done.
These aren’t your mother’s saddle shoes and they aren’t your father’s oxfords. These are like a magical unicorn combination of both with a modern flair to them. I’m pretty sure they would look darling with ANYTHING. Maybe even sweatpants. Maybe especially sweatpants.
Yes. More oxfords. But does anything say “I’m an academic and also it’s fall” more like oxfords? I don’t think so, no. I mean…maybe elbow patches. Or tweed. BUT OKAY THESE SHOES. The platform and sturdy heel are going to make these saucy little things easy to stand in for longer periods of time and you still get the benefit of wearing a heel.
Do not let your eyes deceive you. These may look like summer espadrilles (which they are), but wouldn’t these look gorgeous with a pair of contrasting tights on instead of bare skin? Right? RIGHT?
Listen, I don’t like heels. I don’t wear heels. If I try and wear heels, I will be barefoot and grump within 45 minutes. But, I can do a stacked heel, and this is a gorgeous stacked heel. I love the idea of the olive green becoming a neutral paired with some other colors like, say maroon or….MUSTARD YELLOW.
Here is an even better take on a wedge; where it seamlessly disappears in to the silhouette of the shoe and just adds magical mystical length to your legs. They look extremely comfortable and will carry you not only through fall but well into the holidays in this deep cherry red color.
If you are in serious need of arch support, but also require cute feet, these plum flats are the ultimate fall teacher shoes. They can transition from weekend to classroom and then back again and will probably be a super star during field day or student trips to pumpkin patches.
This is a list about teacher shoes so there has to be a picture of a pair of Oka-B’s on it. And these are remarkably pretty for fall…deep burnt mandarin with some brown tights and an olive green skirt and brown sweater? That’s Pinterest level, right there.
What’s better than a pair of scrunch flats? A pair that is both black and grey. What’s even better than that? FLANNEL BLACK AND GREY SCRUNCH FLATS.
Crocs get a super bad reputation for being ugly just because they also come in CLOG FORM. Guys, you don’t judge a book just because it comes in clog form. There are several cute and feminine styles of crocs that are incredibly comfortable to wear at school, and this style happens to be my favorite because of the added support of the mary jane strap. Try a chocolate brown pair instead of a standard black to soften the look.
Ok, stick with me guys. Don’t leave me now. I know they look scary. But they AREN’T. They are secretly cute and when those early mornings drop down to shiver temperatures, you will be glad to have a super fun pair of boots like this to throw on, if even just until you get to school. But, if I was an art teacher, I would be rocking these as much as possible.
I feel fairly confident that everyone reading this already has at least one pair of riding boots. I am also willing to bet that they are completely flat and maybe from Target. LOOK AT THESE BOOTS. I want to rub them on my face, they look so soft. The two tone effect makes these so versatile for anything you want to wear them with, even if it’s just jeans and something mustard yellow.
You literally can’t go wrong with a pair of Toms. Especially a pair of Toms with a smattering of metallic on it to add a whole other level of interest to a pair of shoes that should, by all rights, be boring and canvas. Gold goes with every trending fall color this season: Burgundy, Navy, Hunter Green, Plum…just picture them all up against these shoes and you will feel the little twinkle of happiness that happens to every teacher when the weather gets a little cooler and the kids get a little less sweaty.
Source : https://www.weareteachers.com/top-fall-teacher-shoes/