I’m going to comment on what a lot of other people have already said. You have an unrealistic perception of your body. You are not round at all. Aren’t there other teachers that you can look at to get some basic ideas from? When I was in HS, all of my teachers were ACTUALLY round. Maybe I am sensing a bit of a self esteem problem? Just remember that your husband married you not only because he thinks you are awesome, but because he is sexually attracted to you. You sexy, sexy mama, don’t you forget it!
I naturally tend to go for outfits similar to yours and even less dressy, but living in a city, I’ve had to change my style just to fit in.
I have a few tricks so that I don’t have to think too hard about getting dressed, but I still look good. These may or may not work for you, but I wanted to maybe give you some of my lazy-style tricks.
Have 2 or 3 nice shoes, which can really make an outfit. My go to shoe is a gray flat with an ankle strap. I also can’t deal with shoes flopping off, no matter how many anti-slip things I put into my shoes it doesn’t work. I need straps or boots.
It looks like I have an hour glass shape because I made it that way and clothes fit very well. I wear padded bras, nothing crazy, but adding a half cup changes the way clothes look on your body. Maybe you can try this?
For bottoms, a few nice dark wash jeans, and a few straight leg or boot cut pants will match anything. If you have straight legs jeans you can tuck them into high cut boots, so I always have a few for boots.
Try to find shirts or cardigans that are longer. Something that “cuts” your butt in half. This can help create an illusion of being longer, leaner, and having smaller hips and a butt. Not that you need it, it’s just something I have found that looks less casual and takes the eye away from my mid section.
I also find it easy to stay in neutral colors (blacks, tans, browns, whites) and do one pop of color. I usually do this with a cardigan or do a neutral cardigan with a bright top. I would stay away from stripes as well because they can make you look wider than you are.
So I included a picture of the shoes that prevent the annoying flopping
And a picture of someone with an apple shape (which I’m not convinced you even are) with a long cardigan and a long gold necklace.
ALSO- I’m not sure where you usually shop, but I found that at places like LOFT or Ann Taylor, if you ask someone to help you, they will outfit you and find things that fit your body.
I don’t even have trouble outfitting for my body type, but I went there once because I needed work clothes for an office setting after working in retail for years, told them my budget and how many outfits I needed, and they made me look fabulous (This was at LOFT).