Woe is the state of dress codes in education. For teachers and students. To be fair, I have had my lazy days of track jackets and sneakers as a teacher. It was a poor look and I resembled like a P.E. coach. That or a kid going for a run. For their own credibility, young teachers should … Continue reading Teachers Leave Those Kids Alone!
Think about your time at university. How did students and faculty dress? If you walk around campus now, you will see staff wearing faded polyester suits with open collars; or some faculty in more casual garments, such as a checked shirt, tucked into skinny pants. We can go down the rabbit hole of professors lecturing … Continue reading Dressing for Academia
Toe shape is a very defining feature of shoes. People definitely notice this part of your feet, so it is important to consider which shape works best. I will highlight a few styles and compare them. Almond Toes Almond-toe shoes are very classic of English style and one many Japanese shoemakers have emulated. How round … Continue reading Toe Shapes