Even though you may be gearing up for a day at home indulging in a delectable meal, it doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your sense of style! Check out our favorite outfit ideas if you want to look fashionable & SHOP our favorite picks.
Since Thanksgiving is about food and family, we are giving our stilettos a break and rocking some boots and silky sweaters for the holiday. We’re all about bringing it down to earth this week with some comfortable, stylish outfits — and here’s our tips! While you want to stay comfortable that doesn’t mean you can’t look great. From sweater dresses to tunics and everything in between, there’s so many ways to show off your personal sense of style without having to worry about reaching for that second helping.
We love the idea of donning a flowy tunic for the holidays. Paired with skinny jeans or a fitted pant, this top will go with practically anything. Dress it up with heavy jewelry and platform wedges, or dress it down with a simple pair of stud earrings and flat ankle boots. This is also a great opportunity to experiment with this season’s spectacular colors. Rich burgundies, emerald greens, and deep purples are great colors that can easily be worn together, mixed with some neutral grays or browns, of course. If color isn’t your thing, find a black and white printed tunic and rock a pair of dark wash jeans.
For A Dressed Up Look, A Short Skirt Will Give You Just The Right Amount Of Glam:
If you’re looking to dress up for Thanksgiving, we suggest a short, gathered skirt. Paired with an adorable pair of ankle boots and a soft sweater, the skirt will visually lengthen your legs and let you show off a cute pair of shoes. A skirt is also a great way to play with this season’s fabulous tights. Fishnet, ribbed, or thigh-high socks, you can’t go wrong with complimenting your skirt with a pair of these — especially if you aren’t into showing a lot of skin this holiday. While the skirt will look perfectly polished the silhouette is forgiving enough that you don’t have to worry about digging in.
Check out our favorite outfits & be sure to enjoy the holiday in style.
— Katie George