Thanksgiving Outfits!

Let’s go ahead and either order or set aside what you’re going to be wearing for Thanksgiving day. Now as a mother of 4, I want my outfit to be comfortable, cute, and squat proof given that you’ll be bending over with your kids all day. I think there are so many different outfit combos that work for Thanksgiving day, since it’s usually a dressy casual day.

Here are some options that I’m loving for Thanksgiving Day:

  1. Dress and Booties: A dress and booties are the perfect thanksgiving combo, especially if it’s still pretty warm where you are. You can dress it up or down by adding fun jewelry and doing your hair! (grab my boots and sunglasses here)

Here are some other dresses I’m loving: Plaid Midi, Sweater Dress, Denim Mini, Black Puff Sleeve Mini, Long Sleeve Tiered Print, Floral Swing Dress,

2. Sweater and Jeans: This is your classic outfit to wear. There are so many different options of sweaters. I love these “fall” color sweaters. I think Thanksgiving, you go with your rust, mauve, olive, or plum colors. Stick with dark. ( grab my jeans and booties here)

Here are some sweaters I’m loving: Black Slouchy Sweater, Flecked Poncho Sweater, Flecked Tunic Sweater, Henley Sweater, Pocket Tunic, Crew Neck Sweater, Rust Henley, Fuzzy Mock Neck, Cream Cardigan

3. Top with Black Jeans: I LOVE black jeans. I used to be scared to wear them, but they’re such an easy thing to dress up or down! I wear black jeans to church most of winter, but can dress them down easily during the week. Wearing black jeans to Thanksgiving with a fun top would be a great option! (grab my black jeans and chelsea boots here)

Here are some tops I would pair with black jeans: Long sleeve floral top, Green Peplum, Balloon Long Sleeve, Rust Peplum, Flutter Sleeve Print, Poet top, Dotted Peplum, Square neck bubble sleeve, Flutter Sleeve Peplum, Long Sleeve Peplum, Textured Gingham

4. Tunic with Faux Leather Leggings: Now this is a trend I’m new to. I just bought my very first pair of faux leather leggings and I love them! Honestly they’re just a great way to dress up leggings, so you can have the leggings feel but look more fancy. I love pairing these with a larger sweater, which makes these great for Thanksgiving! (grab my leggings and flats)

Here is what I’m loving with faux leggings: Poncho Sweater, Shacket, Poncho sweater, Chenille Tunic, Flannel, Chunky Sweater, Cream Sweater,

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