|How to dress for thanksgiving: 5 outfits to choose from!|
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Food, family, friends and fashion! We can’t think of a better combination! Yes, it could only be Thanksgiving. It will be here before you know it. And, along with the decision about whether to eat in or out, the big question is how to choose what to wear for thanksgiving! In this articles we will show you how to dress for Thanksgiving and give you 5 thanksgiving outfits to choose from! After all, if you’ve already sorted out the perfect Thanksgiving outfit, you can turn your attention to how you are going to cook your turkey! Or who is going to cook it for you! 1. Print pants Scotch and Soda print pants – Heidi navy sweater – Boden geometric pendant – Cole Haan ballet pump The most important part of Thanksgiving is the time we spend with loved ones. So, it’s important to feel comfortable, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t also be stylish! A pair of print pants provides impact while still being comfortable to move around in, get the turkey out of the oven (if it’s your turn to cook) or go for a quick before or after dinner stroll! 2. Jeans and a cosy knit M&S cardigan – KUT burgundy jeans – Kendra Scott tassel necklace – M&S taupe satin shirt – Ugg bootie If you’re staying at home for Thanksgiving, then you definitely want to feel relaxed. And what could be more relaxing than a cosy cardigan? To give your outfit some extra oomph, you could opt for jeans in a fall color like burgundy or olive, rather than your usual black or blue! 3. A stylish shift dress A shift dress is an easy style to wear, whether you’re in or out for Thanksgiving. If you’re rushing around after guests and taking turkey out of the oven, it’s easy to bend down in. Plus, if you have too much to eat, you don’t have to worry about letting your belt out a notch, or having an overly tight waistband! Karen Kane sheath dress – Nordstrom clutch bag – Sam Edelman cherry booties – Kendra Scott drop earrings – Canvas stacking bracelet Whether you’ve burnt the turkey and are heading out for an impromptu meal, or you’ve been planning dinner out with your family for months, a loose-fitting dress could be the answer when thinking about what to wear for Thanksgiving. 4. A velvet blazer What better time of year to wear velvet than for Thanksgiving? And with the festive season fast approaching, a velvet blazer could be a hardworking piece in your closet in the next few weeks. Plus, with a hero piece like this, you can keep the rest of your outfit simple, and team it with a simple tee or blouse, and jeans or pants, that you already have in your closet. Eliza J teal blazer – Vince Camuto white blouse – Good American black jeans – Gas Bijoux hoop earrings – Vince Camuto tassel necklace – Nina beaded clutch – Pella Moda suede pumps I love the deep teal of this Eliza J blazer, although if you want to make even more impact, it also comes in a beautiful bright berry shade. For more color inspiration for winter and fall check out this piece on the color trends for fall 2018. 5. A pretty blouse An easy way to stay stylish AND comfortable is to opt for a pretty blouse to wear with your jeans. Then, you can either add flats or heels depending on whether you are planning to stay in or go out! Gibson wrap blouse – Lieth yellow clutch – Taryn Rose bavy loafers –Paige jeans – Adia blue earrings All of these outfits can be adapted for comfort. You could change your shoes to suit, depending on whether you’re heading out to a restaurant or cooking at home, going for a walk, or playing games with your children or grandkids. Then, you can add or take away accessories to get the level of casual or formal that you want! Do you know how to dress for Thanksgiving yet? Happy Thanksgiving! Author bio: Liz Hands is a fashion journalist and stylist from the UK who has styled fashion shoots for newspapers, magazines and high-end clients including 5* hotels and BMW. She’s now happiest either blogging about style, or donning her favorite Barbour jacket and Brogini boots. Like this article? Save it on Pinterest!
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