With a new holiday approaching (FYI, it's Thanksgiving if for some reason you forgot), that means new stresses on finding the right outfit. Most Thanksgiving events tend to be semi-casual wear, so I have a few ideas for you. Many of these pieces you already have in your closet, or you can find them very easily. Here are a couple outfits I would wear for Thanksgiving this year.
I would say that Thanksgiving is the perfect time to start breaking out your sweater dresses. Don't have any? Just use one of your favorite oversized sweaters. Make sure it completely covers your toosh, or longer would be even better since it is a family event. Next, pull on a pair of warm tights. Though this picture just has basic black ones, you can go for some fun polka dot ones or any with cool patterns. Just pull on your favorite fall wedges and a warm scarf, and you've got a comfy, cute, and simple look.
This look might just be my favorite look of them all. Take any fun t-shirt and tuck it into a thick skirt. For some added warmth and texture, pull on a colorful scarf and a military style jacket that sinches at the waist. If your grandparents keep their house extra warm, you can easily take the jacket off and tie it around your waist.
Plan on spending your Thanksgiving in the city? Try this city-chic look. Pull an oversized, fun-colored cardigan over some simple black pants and a thick long sleeve shirt. Keep the accessories simple by adding a small necklace and some comfy shoes. This look is super chic but the cardigan adds warmth and great texture to the outfit.
I don't know about you all, but a football game always starts up in my grandparents back yard on Thanksgiving. If you plan on joining, here is a great outfit for it. Pair your favorite comfy jeans with a massive sweater that will keep you super warm. I prefer a thick sweater over a jacket so that I can move around more easily. Add a small scarf to keep your neck warm. Lastly, pull on some cute combat boots for easy running and tackling of your cousins.
This look is perfect for those girls who just want to have an excuse to dress up for Thanksgiving. Pair your favorite winter dress with a thick cardigan and oversized scarf. For a little bit of a girly touch, add simple little bag, basic black tights, and your go-to wedges. Sometimes a girl just wants to dress up. No judging!
I hope I gave you all some ideas on what to wear for your Thanksgiving dinner this year. I hope you all have a blessed Thanksgiving, and remember to stay classy!
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