Friday, September 12, 2014

10: Cobalt Colorblocked and Teaching Talk.

I wore this Outfit on my first day of teaching a Marketing+Management Course. I don't have a teaching degree but I do have an MBA where my area of field is Marketing with an emphasis on International Marketing. I have also tutored in a variety of Social Subjects and English, and taught ESL part-time for middle-school, high-school and college level before. So, I found some temporary work where I am teaching a Marketing Strategies course for adults as well as an English class (ESL) for 10-12 year olds. Both are taught at a learning and training center that offers many courses - some of which you get a certificate for, at the end. Lucky for me, they allow sleeveless tops, which was necessary that day because at the current room where I was working, the air-conditioning was temporarily broken.

This Outfit marks 1/3rd of the 30 Outfits I should remix during this Summer (well, late Summer) 30 for 30 Remix Challenge, but as I said, I will probably have more than 30 Outfits, since there are several days where I change twice and I am committed to doing this challenge for 30 days straight. And I am finally wearing this Fuchsia Tweed Skirt I included and my Cobalt Ruffled Shell. I love both of these pieces. They are definitely dressy, more work-wear type of clothes, but I can make them work on casual days too, if I want. I think together they colorblock to perfection. What do you think? Isn't Cobalt+Fuchsia a Beautiful Color Combination? And you know I love me some Cobalt and Royal Blue. I even wore it yesterday. Thank you so much for the many compliments, sweet words and E-Mails I received yesterday about my outfit also. You definitely made me feel proud and confident of putting a shirt-dress over pants and I will try it again.
Silver Drop Earrings w/ Pave Globe Fireballs: The Limited (very similar w/ gold, best deal), (very similar, love these), (similar in gold-tone, great deal, love these).
Lavender+Purple, Plain+Python Faux Leather Ponytail Wrap: The Limited (very similar in black leather).
Gold, Real Leather Hobo Bag w/ Quilted detail on the Front: Elliot Lucca (New) (very similar, great deal), (similar EL, white Summer option), (gorgeous MK option).
(To view all of my 30 for 30 items and rules for this challenge, click here.)


Have a Wonderful Weekend!









24 comments:

  1. It must be so fun to work with students! The cobalt and fuchia is gorgeous together! Love this workwear look!

    Jill
    dousedinpink.blogspot.com

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  2. Great color block look! That top is just gorgeous - love the color sand the ruffles. You look great, Ada! Have a wonderful weekend. :)

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  3. I love this one on you! Definately a hit:)

    Patrice @ DittoThatStyle.blogspot.com

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  4. My background is in Marketing and I used to teach college (community college) as a p/t job in addition to my regular f/t job. I loved it. Cobalt and fuchsia looks great when it is color blocked! I also really love that clip you have in your hair.

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  5. Good for you for finding the time to teach the marketing and English class. Isn't it great when you get to start dressing for a new occasion, especially a teaching position which really lets you play with work style. Great outfit and good luck with the 30 day challenge!

    Angie from reasons to dress

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  6. prefect outfit to teaches in. I hope you have a great weekend and are doing fine.

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  7. Love the pink and blue together!
    OXOX
    Dawn Lucy
    http://fashionshouldbefun.blogspot.com

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  8. I really do like these colors together. Great teaching outfit.

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  9. Lovely outfit,perfect to teach in :) love the colour of your top too :)

    Thanks for linking up #weekendbloghop

    Have a lovely weekends :)

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  10. a whole new set of dressing possibilities, love these colours together. Have a great weekend

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  11. This combination is lovely Ada!! Those colors don't seem like they'd go together at first thought but together, they're amazing!!

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  12. I have that same skirt but in blue! I haven't been able to wear it for yeaaars though since it was probably too tight when I bought it to begin with. Anyway, best of luck with teaching!

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  13. Fabulous look!! Love it - very classy and professional

    http://fashionistastyle1.blogspot.com

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  14. Very cute outfit for teaching! They both sound like fun teaching jobs!

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  15. Congrats on the teaching position. You would be a great person to learn from on the subject. I love this color blocking. I always think you look so good in pencil skirts, and you know I love cobalt. Great outfit!

    xo, Amy Ann
    The Real Arnolds

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  16. Congrats on the position. I love the color blocking with fuchsia and cobalt. Thanks for linking up for Stylish Saturday. ~ The Fashionista Momma

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  17. Great outfit ! Love the cobalt top . You look fantastic :) x

    http://www.fashionadventuresatanyage.com

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  18. Hi Ada, thanks for visiting my blog and your sweet comment:-)
    I love the skirt you are wearing! Cobalt and pink are great colors to match and colorblock for an outfit! You look lovely! Hope you are having a wonderful day!
    Jyoti
    Style-Delights Blog

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  19. What a pretty color combo, so great!

    God bless,
    XO, Claire
    Http://www.littlemissfashionqueen.blogspot.com

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  20. Love this outfit on you! The colors look so nice together and I really like your skirt!

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  21. Both pieces individually are already great, and I really like them paired as well, they make a good team :) And oh your fancy shoes. No wonder you got compliments for your outfit!

    Alex - Funky Jungle

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  22. Hi Ada!
    Sounds like you have a very well rounded background! Love the two colors together, the cobalt and the orchid shade, very pretty!
    from the link up
    please stop by, jess
    http://www.elegantlydressedandstylish.com

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  23. Lovely colors Ada. Wow where have I been that is awesome that you now have part time work. I bet it's a nice break from home and full time mommy duties. I substitute teach at a local public school system when my hubby has a day off. Rachel xo

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