Best Dressed Teacher Contest Voting

Thank you to the hundreds of teachers who entered our Best Dressed Teacher Contest! There were sooo many amazing entries that it was incredibly difficult to narrow down the list.


Here are our top 12 fashion-forward finalists. Vote for your favorite to win the $100 gift card to the school-appropriate store of his/her choosing.  Voting ends Monday, November 21st at 12 CST.


Voting has wrapped up with some astounding numbers: more than 3 million total votes were cast. It was a tight race with the lead changing several times. See the final results here.


Congratulations to our winner Kristen Guerra who won with 52% of the vote!!


Top 12 Fashion Forward Finalists


Grandpa/Gandalf Fashion

Andy Freeberg

Arrowhead Union High School in Hartland, Wisconsin
Motto: Traditional Thrift meets Grandpa's Basement. Also, Pose Next to Wizard.


The Artsy Approach

Judy Lehman

Rummel Creek Elementary in Houston, Texas
Motto:  I teach ART and I dress the part!


Argyle Abounds

Submitted by Whitney Ingram
Holy Spirit Preparatory School in Atlanta, Geogria
Motto: Fashion, like anything, can work to strengthen a school's community.


Trendy Teacher

Heather Hurley

Arlington Traditional School in Arlington, Virginia
Motto: I make teaching trendy!


Mix n' Match Fashion

Tara Kucker
Kingwood Township School in Frenchtown, New Jersey
Motto: Work doesn't have to mean a boring wardrobe.


The Leading Look

David Bellamy
International Community School in Decatur, Georgia
Motto: You need to look as good as me!

Winner: Crime Solving Style

Kristen Guerra
Frank Tejeda Middle in San Antonio, Texas
Motto: Teaching crime is my game, but fashion is my fame!

The Fashion Inspiration

Carol Broadway
McCowan Middle in Glenn Heights, Texas
Motto: Inspiring young ladies through high fashion in the classroom.



Intergalactic Garb

Amanda Vaughn
Jefferson County School District in Golden, Colorado
Motto: It doesn't matter how you look, make learning come alive!


Fashion-Forward Historian

Dennis Godin
Father John V. Doyle School in Coventry, Rhode Island
Motto: A poorly dressed man is ancient history.


Razzle Dazzle Dresser

Sarah Rusk
Brandywood Elementary School in Wilmington, Delaware
Motto: Razzle Dazzle in comfort and style.


Feel Good Fashion

Cynthia Hatcher
Duplin County Schools in Kenansville, North Carolina
Motto: Feeling good about yourself spreads to everything you do!